Falmouth completed a disappointing first-ever Tribute T20 Kernow Crash campaign with two defeats at Truro.

Falmouth have lost all eight of their matches - the only team to do so - and finish bottom of the West Pool A as a result.

Truro won the opening match by 47 runs with a score of 149-5 before winning the second by 79 runs after Falmouth failed to reach their hosts' 200 all out.

Kelvin Snell top-scored with 40 as Truro recorded 149-5 in their opening innings. Openers Charlie Kent and Adrian Noott scored 12 apiece with Joseph Phillips (19), Cameron Bishop (20no) and Kyle Van Rooyen (27no) also contributing. Richard Kellow took 2-25.

Grant Stone starred with 33 off 36 balls in Falmouth's reply before he was caught by Bishop with Rohit Venkateshan adding 32 off 37 balls before he was run out by Joel Brierley.

But aside from Stefan Churcher's 20, no-one else managed double figures as Falmouth reached 102-7 at the end of their innings.

Van Rooyen was the hero for Truro in the second match, hitting 75 off just 34 balls before he was lbw off Stone's delivery.

Snell (39), Kent (24), Bishop (16) and Robert Harrison (16) all added valuable contributions as Truro reached 200 all out after 19/5 overs. Stone took figures of 4-40.

Falmouth knew meeting their double-ton target would be difficult but Oliver Paull and Kellow did their best to make a good fist of it, scoring 36 and 35 respectively.

But aside from Venkateshan's 16, it was a similar story as no-one else recorded double figures, with Falmouth being bowled out for 121.