THE Kernow Stone St Piran League premier division (West) is proving so competitive that yet again there are new leaders with Mousehole Development cementing their place at the top of the table with a 5-0 win at St Agnes, writes Leon Prynn.

Ned Symons put Mousehole in front after 15 minutes and they never looked back as they went on to score further goals through Matthew Stevens (2), Conner Hurrell and Ryan Kelynack Townson.

Previous leaders St Day also hit the goal trail as they thrashed Pendeen Rovers 7-2. Kyle Marks (3), Dan Richards (2), Gavin Boon and Chris Dobson scored their goals. Alex Ralph scored for Pendeen.

Highest goalscorers of the day was Falmouth Town Reserves who thumped Mullion Reserves 8-2. An own goal and one from Jack Harris were Mullion’s scorers.

Illogan RBL found Perranwell a tough nut to crack but took all three points from a 2-0 win with goals from Robert Condie and Tom Hogarth and goals from Kyle Cooke (2), Rob Wearne and Jack Reynolds paved the way for Penryn Athletic’s 4-2 win against Redruth United.

Hayle turned in a great performance to demolish Wendron United Reserves 7-0 with the goals coming from Curtis Smith (2), Kieran Rennard (2), Aaron Hicks, Callum Sidwell and Cameron Irish.

Porthleven maintained the league’s goal fest with a crunching 5-0 victory against St Just. Harry Luckett grabbed two goals with the others coming from Ross Atkinson, Dexter Bainbridge and Fraser Paterson.

Unbeaten Praze-an-Beeble closed the gap on division one leaders Troon after they handed out a heavy 6-0 defeat to Helston Development 2 with goals from Alexandru Zamaneagra (4), Luke Carroll and Jacob Paull.

Troon were involved in a high-scoring 3-3 draw against RNAS Culdrose with the servicemen’s goals coming from Jamie Thirkle, Braden Danaher and Rhys Millar.

Jowan Watts (2) and Toby Angwin scored for Hayle Reserves at Ludgvan, but it wasn’t enough as the home side ran out 4-3 winners.

Mawnan got their home campaign underway with a 7-0 win against St Day Reserves thanks to goals from John Leach (2), Luke Wort (2), Jack Nancarrow, Freddie Christophers and Dominic Sikorski.

St Ives Town and Wendron United III drew 1-1 after Anthony Cornish scored for Town and Anthony Brown replied for United.