PORTHLEVEN moved into third place above Falmouth Town Reserves in the Kernow Stone St Piran League premier division following a comprehensive 6-0 defeat of Redruth United, writes Leon Prynn. 

The Fishermen netted their goals through a Dan Parker hat-trick, Jake Harrison, Freddie Conway and an own goal.

Helston Athletic Development 1 also had a top result when they pulled off a 4-1 win away to Hayle and in so doing leapfrogged them in the table. Sam Mellor (2), Tyreece Gallaway and Gregory Eastman scored their goals.

League leaders St Day show no signs of slipping up after they won 2-0 at home to Wendron Reserves and second-placed Illogan RBL handed out more misery to bottom-placed St Agnes with a 4-0 win.

A hat-trick from leading marksman Alex Ralph that took his total to 15 goals paved the way for Pendeen Rovers’ 3-0 win over Mullion Reserves.

There was no shortage of goals at Kernick Road where St Just edged proceedings 5-3 against Penryn Athletic. Rob Wearne (2) and Kirk Davies noted Athletic’s goals.

Praze-an-Beeble marched on at the top of division one without kicking a ball after Ludgvan were unable to raise a side and the leaders awarded the points.

St Ives Town maintained their challenge with a 3-1 win against Camborne SoM. Asa Donaldson, Ross Duncan and Remi Andrew snapped up Town’s goals.

Hayle Reserves held on to third spot after they edged home 1-0 away to Troon.
Mawnan defeated RNAS Culdrose 2-1 in what proved to be a really spirited encounter in very heavy conditions. Dominic Sikorski put Mawnan in front right on half-time and Ollie Richardson added a second two minutes into the second half with a terrific speculative 20-yard shot. Jamie Thirkle pulled a goal back, but despite late pressure the servicemen were unable to force an equaliser.

Helston Athletic Development 2 chalked up their biggest win of the season when they beat St Agnes Reserves 9-1.

Goals from Zach Alexander (2), Dominic Scoffin and Xolani Tukulula earned Wendron III a 4-2 win over St Day Reserves.

New  Inn Titans are back on top of the Kernow Stone St Piran League division two by virtue of having scored more goals than Illogan RBL Reserves following their 5-1 win away to Frogpool/Cusgarne.

Connor Arthur (2), Mike Catterall, Luke Dunstan and Rikki Smith scored their goals.

St Day III and St Buryan drew 0-0 and Stithians and Newlyn Non-Athletico drew 3-3 with Newlyn having a late penalty saved by goalkeeper Liam Bray. Alex Hennessy, Howard Vague (pen) and James Martin scored for Stithians, and Sam Long, Quentin Lynch and Chris Neal scored for Athletico.

Jack Evans scored twice for Perranwell Reserves at Constantine, but the home side took the points with a 3-2 victory with goals from Charlie Campbell, Lewis Fisher and Kian Laity.

Illogan RBL Res were awarded the points after Mawnan Reserves failed to raise a side whilst Redruth United Reserves’ game with Falmouth United was postponed.

Dropship closed the gap on division three leaders Probus with a crucial 1-0 win away to Falmouth DC, but third placed Holmans SC are very much in the picture after they thumped Carharrack 8-0 with goals from Liam Phillips (4), Jake Rowe, Scott Thomas, Matt Knurek and Nathan Williams.

Ian Gosling, Jayden Andrew, Louis Brown and David Mitchell scored the goals in Goonhavern Athletic’s 4-2 win over RNAS Culdrose Reserves.

Lanner eased to a 6-2 win against Wendron IV with Tom Orchard and Elliott Thomas scoring for United.

St Erme proved too good for St Keverne and chalked up a 6-0 win with goals from Brandon McDonnell (3), Cain Thompson, Craig Sanders and Fred Murley.

Despite losing virtually every game they play, Helston Raiders’ enthusiasm has never faltered and on Saturday they demonstrated that yet again when going down 10-0 to division four leaders Penryn Athletic Reserves. Dan Reeve and Steve Brewer both hit hat-tricks and other goals followed from Christian Blundell, Bradley Southeard, Oakley Burrows and an own goal.

Perranporth kept in touch after a 6-2 win at Lizard Argyle Reserves with goals from Liam Drake (2), Brandon Light (2), Dan Cox and Gavin Counter.

St Just Reserves and Frogpool/Cusgarne Reserves drew 1-1 and Troon Reserves are really finding some form and pulled off a fine 4-3 win at Storm. Conner Clark (2) and Conner Trevena scored Storm’s goals.