Pullen power helps Illogan to comfortable victory against St Agnes
LEADERS Illogan knew they could ill-afford to slip-up at St Agnes, where they emerged 3-0 winners to maintain their two-point advantage at the top.
Leading scorer Dominic Pullen was again on target for Illogan, with Jay Smith and an own goal completing the scoring.
Pendeen Rovers are hot on the heels of Illogan, however, after Saturday's emphatic 5-0 local derby victory at St Just.
Wade Brown (2), Jack Willis, Jack Payne and a Luke May penalty earned Rovers a thoroughly deserved three points.
Third place Falmouth Town are without a win in four games after being held to a 2-2 draw at home to Newquay. Nathan Macintosh and Rob Vincent were the Town scorers with Newquay replying through Sam Hill and Alex Cole.
With St Ives involved in Charity Cup action, St Day seized the opportunity to leapfrog the Saints into fourth place with a 6-1 win at Mullion, who slipped to a second successive league defeat. Danny Ford helped himself to a hat-trick for the visitors, with others from Ryan Trathen, Gavin Boon and Chris Tolley. Dagan Vaughan-Spruce scored Mullion's consolation.
RNAS Culdrose were the day's big winners, however, beating bottom side Falmouth Athletic 7-0 with four goals from Jack Valentine and one apiece for David McPhee, Craig Lambert and Michael Clarke.
Gerens James bagged a brace and Tom Patrick was also on the scoresheet as Ludgvan recorded a second consecutive victory, winning 3-1 at home to Perranwell, whose goal came from Jimmy Thompson.
Goonhavern moved to within a point of the Well with a 5-1 home win over Troon, thanks to a hat-trick from Paul Robertson and others from Martin Bennetts and Lewis Waters. Leading scorer Ashley Smeeth added another to his tally for the visitors.
Porthleven eased their relegation worries with a 5-1 win at Hayle, with a hat-trick from Dan Greet and two from top scorer Gavin Perraton. Andy James replied for Hayle.
Second from bottom Holmans earned their seventh point of the season as a Jason Blight goal earned them a 1-1 draw at home to Wendron, whose goal came from Chris Harris (see feature match).