Ludgvan hit double figures to record biggest ever win
LUDGVAN recorded their biggest ever win in Combination League football after romping to a 10-1 win at Newquay on Tuesday night.
It was their first victory at Mount Wise since the 2004/05 season and took them up to second in the table. But with one game remaining they can not catch leaders Illogan RBL.
Gerens James helped himself to five goals in the rout, with a Tom Patrick hat-trick and double from Dan Magee completed the scoring for the visitors.
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Ollie Downing was Newquay's goalscorer.
Four games were postponed on Tuesday night, while Wendron United's fixture at home to Perranwell was abandoned after 25 minutes with the visitors leading 2-0.
The four games to fall victim to the weather were Falmouth Town Reserves v Mullion, Penryn Athletic Reserves v Falmouth Athletic (rearranged for last night), RNAS Culdrose v Pendeen Rovers and St Just v St Day.
The only other two games to beat the elements on Tuesday night saw Holman SC win 6-2 at St Ives Town, while Goonhavern built on Saturday's win at Hayle with a 3-0 victory at St Agnes.
Luke Johnson scored a hat-trick, Craig Williams claimed two goals and Neil Pitt was also on target for Holmans.
St Ives' goals came from Jowan May and an own goal.
Marc Wilson, Craig Barclay and Ed Wilton were Goonhavern's scorers at St Agnes.
PENDEEN Rovers ran out 2-0 winners at home to St Agnes at the weekend to keep alive their hopes of a top four finish.
They led at the break through Jack Willis.
And they made sure of victory in the second half when Ashley Ellis netted from Scott Meagor's pass.
Rob Carey, Chris Blee and Luke Hunter grabbed the goals as Mullion ran out 3-1 winners at home to St Ives Town.
The hosts had trailed to Tristan Lambert's first half strike, before Mullion hit back through a Carey free kick and second half strikes from Blee and Hunter.
Hayle remain third from bottom after they were beaten 2-0 at home to Goonhavern on Saturday.
Andy Morrs headed the visitors into a first half lead and a spectacular effort from Sam Waters, from inside his own half, ended Hayle's hopes of an equaliser in the second half.
St Just and Falmouth Athletic played out an exciting 3-3 draw at Dracaena Avenue.
Goals from Quaid Saunders and Brett Southeard had seemingly put Athletic in the driving seat, but two goals from Darren Steadman brought St Just level.
Steve Owen regained the lead for Falmouth, but St Just hit back again to earn a point through Tim George.
A Gerens James hat-trick and a goal from Jack Ramsey helped Ludgvan to a 4-1 win at Falmouth Town.
Joe Perrin was Town's scorer.
Wendron United and RNAS Culdrose played out a 3-3 draw at Underlane.
Ben Ambrose (2) and Tom Langford scored for Wendron, with Scott Higgins, David McPhee and Martin McBeath on target for Culdrose.
Ashley Smeeth scored all four goals in Troon's 4-1 win at home to Holmans.
Michael Goldsworthy scored for Holmans.