The Cornish Pirates produced a second-half comeback to not only hold on to second place in the Greene King IPA Championship but to also record their first away league win against Jersey Reds since September 2012.

Down 3-10 at the break, the Pirates hit back through two tries from Tom Channon and Robin Wedlake, both converted by Will Cargill, to end their poor recent run against the Reds.

Redruth made it seven wins in a row in National League 2 South with a 37-8 win at Dings Crusaders. The win keeps the Reds in fourth place and just eight points off second place and a promotion play-off spot.

Camborne's injury woes continued as they slumped to a 30-10 defeat at bottom side Bracknell. The Cherry & Whites remain sixth in the South West Premier table.

A second-half collapse saw Penryn slip to defeat at Wadebridge Camels. The Borough led 14-8 at the break in their Tribute Western Counties West game but ended up losing 18-14.

It was better news for Falmouth who continued their recent revival by winning 20-15 at Chard, their third win in four games. Joe Martin scored two tries with Colin Campbell and Dan Hubble also going over to secure a bonus point.

Truro extended their lead at the top of Tribute Cornwall/Devon to ten points following a narrow 12-7 win at home to nearest rivals Paignton. Pirates Amateurs enjoyed a 69-19 thrashing of Torquay Athletic on their own turf, while Veor won 21-11 at home to Lanner.

Camborne SoM made it two wins from two in Cornwall Cup Group 1 with a 31-19 win at Launceston seconds. Newquay are also on two wins after they beat Hayle 21-16. St Agnes beat Redruth seconds 45-22 in the other game.

Helston suffered an agonising 15-14 loss at Wadebridge seconds in Group 2, while Camborne seconds enjoyed a 50-5 thrashing of Roseland.

Perranporth lead Group 3 with two wins from two after a 20-8 victory at St Just. Illogan Park are also on two wins after Bude forfeited their clash. St Austell seconds beat Falmouth 17-8 in the other game in the group.

Penryn seconds began their Group 4 campaign with a 41-10 win at home to Bodmin seconds, while Stithians began their fixtures with a 31-10 victory at Redruth Albany.