HELSTON Athletic took their record-breaking run of consecutive South West Peninsula League wins to 19 with a 3-0 win at Penzance.

Mark Goldsworthy took his tally for the season to 36 with two strikes, and he opened the scoring early on when he fired in from six yards.

Billy Tucker made it two on the half-hour with his 19th goal of the season from the penalty spot, before teeing up Goldsworthy to complete the victory two minutes into the second half, with the latter finding the far corner at the end of a well-worked free kick.

Jack Bray-Evans scored twice as Newquay won 2-0 at Wendron United.

Amara Bakayoko scored a hat-trick as Mousehole earned a 10-0 victory at home to struggling Godolphin Atlantic.

Glen Gabriel opened the scoring with two strikes while Hayden Turner also bagged a brace. Jamie Devine, Tallan Mitchell and Tom Hands also netted for the Seagulls.

Saltash United kept up the pressure on leaders Helston with a 4-0 win at Dobwalls.

Ryan Richards gave the Ashes a slender half-time lead early on before Callum O'Brien doubled the lead early in the second half.

Sam Hughes made sure of the points on the hour before Chris Menhenick added a fourth late on.

Elsewhere, Liskeard Athletic earned a 2-0 victory at Camelford.

Goals in either half from Connor Cooke and Derrick Lucas secured a 2-0 win for Sticker at St Blazey on Friday night, which saw the Sticky move off the bottom of the table.

Lewis Phillips was sent off for the hosts for handling on the line, but Joel Cockings blazed his penalty over the bar.

Falmouth Town secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Walter C Parson League Cup with a 4-2 win at home to Torridgeside.

David Broglino gave the majority of the near-700 crowd at Bickland Park something to cheer with two first-half goals, only for Tyler Evansloude to halve the deficit on the stroke of half-time.

But two further strikes from Luke Barner made sure of a quarter-final match-up against St Blazey on February 25, despite a late goal from Nick Glover.

Penryn Athletic preserved their seven-point lead at the top of the St Piran League West despite having their game at St Agnes postponed.

Second-placed St Ives failed to capitalise and slumped to a 3-1 defeat at in-form Helston Athletic reserves.

Helston opened the scoring through Jake Yates before Joseph Day levelled for the title-chasers before the break. Yates restored the Blues' lead in the second half with Tom Russell completing the victory.

Goals from Rob Carey and Ben Casley sealed a 2-1 win for Mullion at home to Wendron United reserves. Sam Fuller replied for the Dron.

Ciran Budge, David Mitchell and Ashley Smeeth scored as Illogan RBL won 3-0 at home to Mousehole reserves.

Elsewhere, Perranporth won 1-0 at home to Perranwell.

Pendeen Rovers took advantage of Combination League title rivals Porthleven reserves week off to move three points clear at the top following a 6-1 win at home to Marazion.

Alex Ralph scored another hat-trick for Rovers, with Glen Carew, Danny Earl and Macauley Harris also netting. Will Southcott replied for Marazion.

Hayle reserves move above Porthleven and into second after a 5-1 hammering of Wendron United thirds on their own patch. Adam Ashwin and Troy Williams scored two goals apiece, with Dzuigas Kandrotas adding the fifth for the hosts.

Two goals from Tristan Hawkings and one from each of Josh Gilbert and Dagan Vaughan-Spruce secured a 4-1 win for Lizard Argyle at home to RNAS Culdrose.

Ben Fletcher's strike earned Rosudgeon a 1-1 draw at St Day reserves. Kiall Maugham netted the Saints' goal.