Wendron secured their first win of the season, in this highly entertaining game, having drawn four of their previous games, writes Joss Bray

A feature of this game was how it flowed from end to end, with neither team securing any long period of domination. Helston, watched in the second half, by Steve Massey, has a young team, with many talented players, who showed their potential.

Wendron have a more experienced team, with Brett Andrew, Tom Collins, Rob Hague, Sam Care, Justin Searle & Lee Smith having been Wendron stalwarts for many years. It was the newcomers Scott McElwee, & Rao Cllifford (keeper), who impressed most..

The latter was absolutely outstanding, with incredible saves and is huge gloves, which stuck like glue, ensured that Helston had nothing to show, from their many shots.

After 23 minutes, Wendron took the lead through Lee Smith but this was not increased until 60th minute, when the experienced Justin Searle scored. Then the goal of the match, after 70 minutes, when Scott McElwee, on a long run, outpaced the Helston defence, beating several players before slotting home. There was still time for Zack Alexander, to score in the 87 minute, for a 4-0 win.