LYING in third place in division two (West) of the Kernow Stone St Piran’s League, Redruth United Reserves suffered their heaviest defeat of the season when they were thumped 9-2 at home by Mawnan Reserves, writes Leon Prynn. 

Leading 4-1 at half-time, Mawnan raced to victory with a hat-trick each from Callum Thompson and Jack Blakeston and goals from Harry Rogers, Jack Froud and Luke Wort.

There was no shortage of goals between Newlyn Non-Athletico and Stithians who finished all square at 4-4. Jack Liddicoat had all four goals for Newlyn.

Lanner enjoyed a great result in division three when they handed Dropship only their second league defeat of the season with a 2-0 win.

Probus accounted for RNAS Culdrose Reserves 3-0 after scoring through Joe Emmett, Sam Bullen and Adam Bishop.

Holmans SC maintained the pressure with a hard-earned 1-0 win away to Lizard Argyle with the goal coming from Scott Thomas.

The referee had a busy time filling his notebook with goals after Goonhavern Athletic defeated St Erme 8-3. Jayden Andrew (3), Louis Brown (2), Neil Currah (2) and David Mitchell netted for Goonhavern and Brandon McDonnell, Fred Murley and Kyle Savin scored for Saints.

Perranporth hit ten goals for the second week running in division four when they won 10-0 away to Helston Raiders. Brandon Light (4), Dan Gilbert (3), Dan Cox (2) and an own goal were Perran’s scorers.

Penryn Athletic Reserves kept Perran in their sights after they demolished Lizard Argyle Reserves 8-0.

Constantine Reserves produced a fine performance to hold second-placed Storm to a 2-2 draw after Tom Ford grabbed a brace for Storm. Paul Richards and Tobi Peters replied for the visitors.

Wendron United V pulled off a fine 4-1 win against Frogpool/Cusgarne Reserves after notching goals through Logan Taylor, Robin Watson, Elliot Thomas, Tom Orchard and an own goal.

Bond Timber Cornwall Junior Cup holders Falmouth DC bowed out of this season’s competition when they went down heavily 5-0 to visiting Mevagissey who scored through Scott Daly (4) and Brandon Chapman.

St Just Reserves made life extremely difficult for division two leaders New Inn Titans before succumbing to a 2-1 defeat.

Pendeen Rovers edged past St Ives Mariners 4-3 in a very tight Percy Stephens Cup tie. Bradley Andiego, Kyle Rees and Isaac Joy scored Rovers’ goals. Ryan Stanley (2) and Greg Stephens replied for Mariners.