Helston Athletic Manager Steve Massey admitted he felt better after his teams 2-1 win over Street than he did in either of his sides previous two victories.

The Blues were a goal down early in the second half but showed immense spirit and character to fight back and win the game with two penalties from top scorer Stu Bowker.

Speaking to the Packet after the game Massey said: "I am more elated after this win than the last two wins. It is three win son the trot now, three good games, good attendances, good dominating performances where we have dominated all the games. We created loads of chances. We haven't taken them or when we have got into good areas the quality hasn't been there. That was evident today.

"If I was Street or a neutral I'd think 'maybe Helston got away with that' but we are a good team, a very good team. And good teams have to do that sometimes. We aren't always going to be able to do pass, pass, pass then score the perfect goal. We are going to wallop somebody soon, I keep saying that.

"We showed bags of character, we were dominating the game anyway, it was against the run of play when they scored. I thought we totally dominated it, the tempo went up. I have to say on the two penalties, I would be gutted if they were given against me but actually I thought there were other penalty shouts that were better than the two we got."

Massey also praised the composure of Bowker who confidently stepped up to score both his penalties, despite the pressure of the situation: "I thought Stu Bowker was great today, he really led the line. You could see it meant something to him. There are one or two things he could improve on but so could all the boys. He typified us today and I am thrilled to bits."

On Friday the Quarter Final Draw of the Cornwall Senior Cup matched Helston up with an away trip to Western League Rivals Saltash United, reacting to the draw Massey said: "I am being totally honest here, we would have liked (to play) one or two of the other sides.

"But we want to win the Senior Cup and to do that we are going to have to beat one of the top sides. We are delighted as well to go to their place. To go into enemy territory and go win a game a game of football there."

Helston's next match is again at home where they face Shepton Mallet in the league on Saturday November 20.