HAYLE reserves put ten goals past Perranporth reserves on Saturday to move top of the early Combination League table and maintain their perfect start to the season.

TJ Price and Chris Goodall both scored hat-tricks for the hosts, Craig Rennard scored twice and Kieron Rennard and Jordan Taylor also netted.

Porthleven reserves also made it three wins from three with a 3-0 victory at Lizard Argyle. Ross Atkinson, Lewis Hemsley and Ashley Stidwell scored for Port.

Alex Ralph scored a hat-trick to keep Pendeen Rovers’ own 100 per cent start to the campaign going as his side won 4-1 at Ruan Minor. Danny Earle also scored for the visitors.

Penryn Athletic reserves maintained their unbeaten start to the season after running in six goals at St Agnes reserves.

Carharrack earned their second win in four days with a 3-0 triumph at home to Helston Athletic thirds. Ed Wilton netted two for the hosts, with Will Garner also adding his name to the scoresheet.

Wendron United thirds and Marazion played out a 1-1 draw at the Underlane.

Carharrack had sealed their first win of the season on Tuesday night, after triumphing in a nine-goal thriller at home to St Day reserves. Brodie Kemp scored a hat-trick, with Dan Ellis and Alec Penrose also scoring at the hosts won 5-4. Matt Wysocki netted his own hat-trick for the visitors, with Chris Dower also scoring for the Saints.

The win was their first since a 4-1 victory at St Just on the final day of the 2017/18 season.

Jake Yates and Ben Turner scored as Porthleven won 2-1 at Ruan Minor. Gavin Perraton scored for the home side.

Ben Bassett-Allen and Ryan Stanley netted for Penryn in their 2-1 win at Wendron, with Ryan Bennetto scoring the Dron’s goal.

Josh Perry and Craig Tanner earned Helston’s first win of the season at Lizard Argyle, with Tristan Hawkins scoring their goal in a 2-1 defeat.

Simon Cohen’s hat-trick and James Evans’ goal gave St Agnes a 4-1 win at home to Perranporth, with Ben Lawrence notching the visitors’ consolation.

Josh Findlay scored twice as Pendeen won 4-0 at Marazion. Henry Cozens and Christian Whitaker completed Rovers’ scoring.

Chris Goodall also scored twice as Hayle won by the same score at Rosudgeon, with Jsck James and Nathan Burt also netting.