Leaders Sticker make it five wins in a row
LEADERS Sticker maintained their 100 per cent start to the season after winning 4-2 at Bude Town on Saturday.
They did, however, have to come from behind twice. Dominic Abbot had given Bude a 20th minute lead, but Sticker were soon level when Liam Dingle scored from the penalty spot after Matt Lloyd was brought down in the box.
Abbot restored the lead for Bude when he scored after 35 minutes, but back came Sticker again when Ben Rosevear fired the ball into the top corner.
On the hour mark Sticker were in front for the first time when Rosevear grabbed his second of the game after being played in by Jake Street.
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In the 75th minute Bude's hopes of coming back into it were ended by Sticker substitute Jack Bowyer, who ran on to Jack Butler's pass before finishing well.
Callington Town are up to third in the table after beating Porthleven 5-2 at Ginsters Marshfield Parc.
They made the best possible start when, with just two minutes played, Mike Lucas fired home.
In the 42nd minute it was 2-0, Sam Stevens heading home at the back post.
Porthleven were thrown a lifeline on the stroke of half-time when Tom Annear scored a penalty after Freddie Williams was fouled in the box by Steve Adams.
And the visitors were level in the 55th minute when Jordan Annear cut inside before firing home into the top corner from 20 yards out.
Villain Adams then turned hero when he restored the lead for Callington just a minute after Port's equaliser.
And it was soon 4-2 when Mike Norman scored from the penalty spot, at the second attempt after his first effort had to be retaken.
The substitute then grabbed his second goal when he tapped home from close range after Dennis Mason's effort was saved.
St Dennis made it back to back wins after losing their first two games of the season, winning 2-1 at Perranporth on Saturday.
The Saints started well and took a 13th minute lead through Lee Rickard.
Perranporth fought back and were level in the 27th minute as Ed Wilton netted for the hosts.
The winner arrived in the second half when Carl Rickard struck in the 67th minute.
Ryan Lucassi scored 15 minutes from time to rescue a point for Wadebridge Town at Penzance on Saturday.
Dan Jennings had the game's first chance to score but he fired wide of the Magpies' goal.
At the other end Simon Zinn was forced to make a save from new Penzance signing Kevin Lawrence.
The midfielder was involved in the opening goal as his cross found Jamie Payne, who headed home after 15 minutes.
The Bridgers, who have already lost three games this season, salvaged a draw when Lucassi drove home substitute Charlie Barnes' cross.
There were plenty of positives for a youthful Foxhole Stars to take from Saturday's home game with Mousehole, despite losing 3-2.
They were leading at one point, Paul Reed's first half strike was all that separated the sides as his superb 25 yard effort beat Dexter King in the Seagulls' goal.
Mousehole drew level on the hour mark when Mark Vercesi found the net from long distance.
In the 80th minute Vercesi grabbed his second goal, before joint player manager Wayne Quinn netted to put Mousehole 3-1 up.
Dan Vincent pulled a goal back for Foxhole but it proved too little, too late.
Dobwalls claimed a hard-earned point with a 1-1 draw away to Vospers Oak Villa.
The hosts took a 19th minute lead when Ryan Swain crossed for Ross Avery who produced an excellent half volley.
Dobwalls' equaliser came nine minutes after the break as Jack Bartlett set up Harry Hook to brilliantly loft the ball over goalkeeper Ian Evans.