THERE were a number of games in the Kernow Stone St Piran League’s Tracy Banfield Cup with Helston Athletic Development 1 pulling off a superb 4-1 win over Saltash Borough who lie second in the Eastern section of the league, writes Leon Prynn. 

Nat West snapped up a brace of goals and Josh Daniel and Joe Baker scored the other goals.
Falmouth Town Reserves continued their impressive run of results with a convincing 5-1 win against Callington Town Reserves. Ruben Wilson hit a hat-trick and Finn Robinson and Oli Pickup snapped up the other goals. Elliot Haxell had Callington’s goal.

The West’s only setback came at Borlase Park where Pendeen Rovers went down 3-2 to visiting Millbrook Reserves. Nick Barber and Tristan Prowse scored for Rovers and Ben Dodds, Jay Hagen-Glassup and Cameron Mahoney replied for the visitors.

In the premier division unbeaten St Day stretched their lead to four points at the top of the table with a 3-0 win away to Mullion Reserves. Sam Buckley, Chris Dobson and Kyle Marks got on the scoresheet for Saints.

Illogan RBL lost their fourth successive league game when they were well beaten at home 6-3 by St Just. Jordan Knuckey, Ned Pritchard and Steve Abbott-Smith (pen) scored for Illogan and The Tinners netted through Ashley Ellis (2), Ryan Ladd, Scott Meagor, Jack Willis and an own goal.

The points were shared between Hayle and Porthleven who drew 2-2 at Trevassack Park with Cameron Irish and Aaron Hicks scoring for Hayle and Fred Conway and Harry Blatch replying for The Fishermen.

The result of the day in division one (West) was Threemilestone’s 2-0 win over league leaders Troon – their first since September. On target for the ’Stones was Matt McElroy with a fine brace.

RNAS Culdrose sit proudly at the top of the table after a convincing 3-0 win away to Porthleven Reserves.

West Cornwall’s dip in form continued after the rapidly improving Hayle side won a high-scoring encounter 4-3. Robertas Sumnauskas hit a hat-trick for the home side with Hayle replying through Joe Gordon (2), James Stevens and Jordan Rimmington.

St Ives Town climbed up into third place after a convincing 5-1 win away to St Agnes Reserves after scoring through Oakley Clary- Brom, Ross Duncan, Harvey Troon and Patrick Hart (2).

Ludgvan bounced back to form with a clear-cut 4-1 win over Camborne SoM with the goals coming from Jon Sopp (2), Adam Budd and Chris Bullock.