REDRUTH secured a dramatic 35-30 win at Clifton in National League 2 South.

The match in Bristol was an evenly-contested affair, with the lead changing hands on several occasions, but a 79th-minute converted try for the Reds rescued victory from the jaws of defeat for the Cornish club.

Camborne came out 27-20 winners in the Cornish derby at home to Launceston in the South West Premier.

The Cherry & Whites fell behind early on but raced to a 17-5 lead at the break. Launceston mounted a challenge from 24-8 down but Camborne held on for victory.

Penryn's fine form continued with a 34-14 win at Honiton in Tribute Western Counties West, but Falmouth suffered a 21-0 defeat at home to St Austell.

Truro got their promotion push back on track in Tribute Cornwall/Devon, winning 35-5 at Veor, while Lanner won 37-24 at home to bottom side Tavistock. Pirates Amateurs lost 33-25 at leaders Paignton.

Hayle maintained their five-point cushion at the top of Cornwall 1 with a 52-17 win at Illogan Park. Camborne SoM won 45-15 at Lankelly-Fowey, and St Agnes had a walkover at home to St Just.

Roseland won 15-13 at home to Helston in the Cornwall 2 title decider, with both teams earning promotion to Cornwall 1 next season. Perranporth beat Redruth Albany 34-3 to seal third place, while Stithians finished fourth after a 22-5 win at home to Camelford.