Helston Athletic manager Steve Massey is delighted with the confidence his side is showing, as they earned their 12th consecutive victory with a 6-1 win at home to Launceston.

Mark Goldsworthy scored twice with Kai Cornish also netting to put the Blues three up at the break, with Billy Tucker, Matt Bye and Alex Wharton completing the scoring in the second half, while Dan Metherell replied for the Clarets.

"There's an air of confidence about everything now, really," Massey said. "As well as giving respect to teams and knowing that there's certainly no complacency with us, but the run has certainly helped us with confidence and belief all around the club, to be perfectly honest.

"I thought the way we started was very strong, we could have been two up at least within the first five, ten minutes, but the positive is just one of a confidence that is oozing from the side now."

Falmouth Town manager Andrew Westgarth was happy to see his side avoid a potential banana skin at second-from-bottom Sticker, with Town running out 5-0 winners at Burngullow Park.

Luke Brabyn, Luke Barner, Toby Clark, Matt Buchan and Ollie Moody scored for Town, who returned to sixth in the table.

"As a player I think you look at those games and think: 'Great, I might get a chance to get some goals here', but as a manager you always think the worst and think: 'This has got banana skin written all over it'," Westgarth said.

"I made it perfectly clear as to how we approached the game and once we got the first goal it settled us right down, a lovely little goal from Brabyn, and then managed to score two really quick goals and it was pretty much game over."

Porthleven co-manager Graham Blake was delighted with his side's response at St Dennis, with the Fishermen recovering from two goals down to win 3-2 at Boscawen Park.

Heydon Dark, George Molcher and Dan Richardson netted to secure Porthleven's first win in the league since a 4-0 victory at Godolphin Atlantic on September 4.

Blake said: "We have gone through a spell of losing a couple of games but you've just got to keep on going. In football it happens, but you've got to believe in yourselves, you've got to keep driving on and got to keep saying the right things to the players, and you come out of that spell in the end.

"The way we went about it being 2-0 down yesterday, to win the game 3-2, hopefully that sparks a return to form, and going into St Blazey on Wednesday gives us the opportunity to get another three points hopefully."

Wendron United manager Jack Greenwood was left bitterly disappointed after his side's surprise 5-1 defeat at bottom side Callington Town.

Andre Rodyukov scored a hat-trick for the Pasty Men, with Ryan Lucassi and Ollie Kennedy completing the rout, while Jack Stocker scored the Dron's consolation.

"It was much like the second half of the Godolphin game [on Tuesday night], it was pretty poor," Greenwood said. "We started slowly and it all went from there, really. Once we conceded the first they smelt blood and we were 3-0 down within half an hour and I think we were just shot then, we were slow on the ball and kept giving the ball away.

"The second half was a bit better but it was pretty poor. There was no real effort or desire and I don't know whether they're tired or what but it wasn't easy watching."