Football: Jolly's Cornwall Combination League round-up – August 29
LUDGVAN moved up to third in the table after winning 3-1 at Illogan RBL on Tuesday night.
An own goal and strikes from Jack Ramsey and Jamie Devine clinched the win for Ludgvan, with Pat Shaughnessy replying for Illogan, who played an hour with ten men after having a player sent off.
Darren Steadman scored twice as St Just bounced back from Saturday's defeat to Redruth United to defeat St Ives Town. It's a win that takes them up to fourth in the table.
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Hayle were held to a 2-2 draw at home to Troon on Tuesday night. Andrew House and Joshua Sharpe were on target for Troon.
Wendron United maintained their winning start to the season with a 1-0 win at Porthleven Reserves. Jason Roberts scored the only goal of the game to make it three wins out of three for 'Dron.
Mullion claimed their third win of the season with a 3-0 win at Perranwell, who have now lost three of their opening four games. Ryan Trathen, Rob Carey and Neil Rollinson were Mullion's goalscorers.
Redruth United continued their impressive start to the season with a 4-2 win away to Penryn Athletic Reserves. Dan McInerney scored a hat-trick, with Brett Adams also scoring for United. Chris Page and Ryan Reeve were on target for Penryn.
Goonhavern Athletic are still searching for their first points of the season as Mike Burns, Tom Hills and Adam Selley were the scorers in a 3-0 win for St Agnes.
St Day were 6-2 winners at Falmouth Town Reserves. Gavin Boon (2), Mikey Davies, Danny Ford, Chris Tolley and Gary Bell scored for St Day. Alex Miller and Joe Perrin were Town's scorers.
LUDGVAN bounced back from last week's defeat to Wendron, beating Troon 4-2. Gerens James' hat-trick put his goal tally in to double figures for the season after just three games. Gary Mathews got the Hurlers fourth while Jason Smeeth and Charlie Andrew netted the home side who are yet to pick up any points.
St Ives hit Falmouth Athletic for six after goals from George Hatton (2), Curtis Richards, Tom Morris, Elliot Fox and Scott Goodchild ensured the new look Saints side stay within touching distance of the early league leaders.
Hayle enjoyed a 6-1 win at home to Goonhavern Athletic.
Goals from Liam Mooney, Ben Hocking, Barnaby Dagger, James Stevens, Matt Thomas, Jason Macarthy guided the home side to their first win of the season. Daniel Ball grabbed Goonhavern's consolation but having shipped 20 goals in three games, it's already looking like it's going to be a long season for the Gooners.
St Day edged out Falmouth Athletic by three goals to two at the Draceana. Two goals from Chris Tolley and a Gavin Boon strike cancelled out Jack Foote's double.
Newly promoted Redruth United kept up their impressive start to their first season in senior football after goals from Dan McInerney (2) and Brett Adams helped them to a 3-1 win over St Just. Jon Bird grabbed the goal for away side.
Goals from Luke Wort, Justin Searle, Matt Rose and Steve Brewer ensured Wendron came from a goal down to beat St Agnes 4-1. A Duane Britton penalty had put Aggie in to an early lead but Paul Murray's side turned it around to make it two wins from their opening two games.
Perranwell finally picked up their first three points of the season seeing off last season's strugglers Newquay thanks to goals from TJ Wilson, Jimmy Thompson and Danny Quick, with Dan Wright getting the home side's only goal, while Mullion continued their impressive start to the season after an Alan Thomas double saw off Penryn.