ALFIE Flack's injury-time strike secured three points for Helston Athletic against Wendron United in a thrilling derby at Kellaway Park on Wednesday night.

Mark Goldsworthy netted his first goal of his second spell at Helston to give the Blues the lead on the hour, only for Jack Noy to fire in a deserved equaliser on 75 minutes.

But Flack popped up with a superb finish in injury-time to steal all three points for the home side.

Charlie Young's injury-time penalty rescued a point for Porthleven at home to Mousehole, as the sides played put a 2-2 draw at Gala Parc.

Kieran Toland and Amara Bakayoko both scored in the first 30 minutes to give the Seagulls a promising two-goal lead.

But George Molcher's deflected strike got the hosts back in contention shortly before half-time, with Young eventually netting the equaliser from the spot with virtually the final kick of the game.

Falmouth Town are still without a win this season after going down to a narrow 2-1 defeat at league leaders St Austell.

Jack Hooper gave the Lillywhites a half-time lead with a superb strike into the far corner from the edge of the box on 20 minutes

Hayden Turner netted ten minutes into the second half to put the hosts in control, and while Olly Walker pulled one back when his shot went in off a defender in the 78th minute, it was not enough to avoid a first defeat of the season.

Saltash United secured another comprehensive victory, winning 6-2 at home to Launceston. The Ashes have now scored 21 goals in just three games this season.

The hosts were three goals up inside 11 minutes, with goals from Callum O’Brien, David Barker and Sam Hughes.

Launceston pulled one back, but Ryan Richards and Daniel Lewis nudged the Ashes further in front, before another Clarets goal made it 5-2 at the end of a frenetic first half. Richards completed the rout in the final few minutes.

Wadebridge Town were on the right end of a five-goal game at Sticker, running out 3-2 winners at Burngullow Park.

Derek Lucas gave the hosts the lead on the stroke of half-time, with Tom Strike's strike levelling the scores midway through the second half.

Andy Butler turned the game around three minutes later, before Matt Lloyd looked to have sealed the win in the 87th minute.

There was time for Lucas to net another and reduce the home side's arrears, but the Bridgers held on for their second win of the season and move to fourth in the table.

Elsewhere, Jacob Rowe scored twice for the second game running as St Dennis won 2-1 at Godolphin Atlantic, while goals from Joe Eke and Callum McGhee gave St Blazey a 2-0 win at Penzance.

Callington Town earned their first point of the season on Tuesday night after coming from behind to secure a 3-3 draw at Liskeard Athletic.

Andre Rodyukov gave the visitors the lead, but Ryan Knight, James Lorenz and Jarrad Woods turned the game on its head and seemingly sent the Blues on their way to their third win of the season. But two more goals from Callington rescued a point for the away side, who also saw a spot-kick saved by the Liskeard ‘keeper.

Camelford picked up their first win of the season on Tuesday with a 3-0 victory at home to Dobwalls. Charlie Hambly gave the hosts a slender half-time lead, before an Ed Harrison penalty and Josh Insley’s strike added to the score after the break.