Cricket: Wadebridge face home game in battle to stay in Cornwall County One
NEWQUAY were presented with the County One championship trophy on Saturday and Perranarworthal are assured of relegation.
Who joins them in the drop will be decided on the final day, however, with four teams still threatened.
Beacon and Gorran took themselves out of the equation with weekend wins.
Troon are second from bottom on 221 points. Stithians have 225, Penzance 229 and Wadebridge 231.
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Saturday's key games see Troon host Penzance; Stithians entertain Roche; while Wadebridge are at home to Ludgvan.
Newquay 187 Troon 139
AFTER receiving the trophy from league sponsor Nigel Jolly, Newquay went on to win by 48 runs to seriously threaten Troon's existence in top two tiers for the first time in their history.
Martin Pearce made 57 before being fourth out at 120. Six others got double figures, led by tailender Jon Hancock with 26 and Pete Emery with 21. The last two wickets added a crucial 45 runs.
Four Troon bowlers took two wickets. After being 11-3 Daniel Mitchell made 51, Gavin Tregenza 18 and Jordan Thomas 27.
Jon Hancock completed a good day with four for 21 and Richard Spall took three for 21.
Gorran 359 Hayle 244
GORRAN needed a win to ensure safety and got it in style at the Towans. Dan Semple (37) and Elliot Bamber-Jones (31) got the innings off to a good start adding 68 for the first wicket.
Skipper Robin Kendall provided the fireworks however hitting seven sixes and 12 fours in his 136 off just 79 balls. James Tomlinson made 67 in a fourth wicket stand of 156. Dean Hawley made a brisk 30. Steve Richards and Jason Weeks took three wickets each.
Paul Lello made 52 in the reply with Graham Wiseman (44), James Franklin (41) and Kevin Jenkin (32) all in the runs. Matthew Liddicoat and Jamie Tabb took three wickets.
Ludgvan 263-5 Perranarworthal 124
LUDGVAN completed their home campaign in fine style with a convincing 139 run victory over an under-strength Perranarworthal side.
After Matt Stevens made 37 the home side were in a little bother at 119-5. Skipper Ryan Edwards continued his fine form, however, with a well made 90 not out and shared a 144 run unbroken sixth wicket partnership with wicket-keeper Rob Davies (54no).
Phil Bostock took 3 for 46 from his ten overs. Ben Shepherd made 30 and Philip Hingston 40 not out in the Perran reply. Matt Stevens took 3 for 27.
Penzance 217-7 Wadebridge 168-9
PENZANCE gave themselves a great chance of avoiding relegation by beating fellow strugglers Wadebridge by 49 runs at St Clare.
Tom Wilson anchored the Penzance innings with an excellent 81, well supported by Jonny Ludlam (33) and captain Josh Fletcher (26). They were 171-2 at one stage. Charlie Ellis (2-21) and Alek Gill (2-50) both took two wickets.
Tim Marlin made 31 off 18 balls but he was fourth out at 64. Charlie Ellis, who opened the innings, ended on 58 not out.
Jon Centeni made 26 not out in an unbroken last wicket stand of 39. Ludlam took four for 40. Both will stay up if Penzance beat Troon.