PRAZE'S second XI captain Toby Pimlott had a match that he will remember for many years as he guided his side to victory in the promotion tussle with Penzance in Division 6 West on Saturday.

Despite only having nine players, the home side recorded a comfortable win thanks to a brilliant unbeaten 136 from the 22 year old, who then destroyed Penzance's innings by taking six wickets.

Opening the batting for his side, he hit 23 fours and two sixes in his century, forming a fine first wicket partnership with the experienced David James, who made 33.

Penzance made a spirited reply, with Leo Kirkman (66) and Kieran Jackson (25) giving them their side a chance to chase down Praze's 227, before Pimlott rattled through the middle order to return six for 54 in his ten overs.

It was his third century and his second five-wicket haul, having played for Praze since under-11s age group.

In means Praze remain one point behind local rivals Barripper, who barely broke sweat in dismissing basement club Porthleven for a sorry 15, with Craig Dunstan returning remarkable figures of seven wickets for just four runs in his nine overs.