Kieran bags four while Illogan thrash Blues – St Piran round-up

Kieran Ryall notched a four-timer as St Piran League East division leaders St Dominick ran out 5-1 winners in their top-of-the-table clash at home to Saltash Borough. Ben Jeffery also netted for the hosts, while Henry Bunning scored Borough’s goal, which had brought his side level at the time.

Saltash United reserves closed the gap on town rivals Borough after winning 3-1 at home to Torpoint Athletic reserves. Callum Courts, Cameron Dymond and James Manuel scored for the Ashes, who are now five points behind Borough, while Connor Spear responded for 11th-placed Torpoint.

Fourth-placed St Mawgan lost ground on the top three after they were beaten 4-2 by Millbrook reserves on their own patch. Jamie Patient and Harry Tilston scored the Saints’ goals at Trevarrian Holiday Park.

Polperro are now just one point behind St Mawgan following their 3-0 triumph at home to St Austell reserves. Ian Thomas scored twice and Robert Spencer also netted for the south coast outfit.

Louie Steege scored twice as Morwenstow won 4-2 at home to St Dennis reserves. Callum Rogers and Matthew Carter also netted for the hosts as they recorded their third win of the season.

Elsewhere, Jack McLean scored as Callington Town reserves drew 1-1 at home to Bude Town, with Dom Abbott replying for the sixth-placed Seasiders.

West division

Illogan RBL closed the gap on west division leaders St Day to four points after putting nine goals past Helston Athletic reserves. Aaron Myers scored a hat-trick to take his tally for the campaign to nine, while Anton Oliver’s brace and further strikes from Robert Condie, Ashley Smeeth, Jack Adams and Tom Butt completed the thrashing at Oxland Park.

Bottom side St Ives Town finally recorded their first win of the campaign, running out 2-1 winners at home to Mousehole Development. The Seagulls got their noses in front at the break in the local derby, but second-half goals from Andrew Barry and Louis Graham secured the landmark result for the home side.

Redruth United came out on top by the odd goal in seven in an entertaining encounter at Perranporth. Andrew Bishop, Daniel Bowman, Josh Clarke and Matthew Grainger scored the goals for United, with Liam Paddock (2) and Paul Robertson replying for the home side.

Truro City reserves climbed to ninth after running out 4-0 winners at home to St Agnes. Henry Phillips scored twice for City, with Thomas Dolan and Joshua Turner also notching at Tregye.

Wendron United reserves won by the same score at home to Perranwell, with Tyler Buckley, Tom Fisher, Taylor Packenas and Ben Coleman finding the net for eight-placed Dron, who are now just three points off third spot.

Elsewhere, Christian Blango’s strike proved the difference as Porthleven won 1-0 at Ludgvan, while fifth-placed Hayle and third-placed Mullion shared four goals at Trevassack Park.