SALTASH United maintained the three-point gap between them and leaders St Austell with a 3-1 win at home to Dobwalls on Wednesday night.

Ryan Richards put the Ashes in front midway through the first half before Callum Martindale doubled the advantage in the 47th minute.

Dobwalls pulled a goal back but top-scorer Sam Hughes netted his 14th of the campaign late on to seal the win.

Callington Town earned a very useful point at home to Bodmin Town, with the two sides playing out a goalless draw at Marshfield Park.

Wendron United's first-ever home match under floodlights ended in defeat as Penzance ran out 2-1 winners on Tuesday night.

There was a bumper attendance of 229 at the Underlane to witness a piece of Wendron history, with the club's newly installed floodlights being switched on for a match for the very first time.

Joe Souch had given Wendron the lead but goals from Gary Bell and Kevin Lawrence saw the visitors enjoy a slender half-time advantage, with the hosts unable to claw their way back into the game after the break as their three-game winning run came to an end.

Falmouth Town were victorious in their local derby at Porthleven, running out 3-1 winners in the first meeting between the teams for 11 years. Jack Bowyer scored twice for Town with Matt Buchan adding the other.

Both teams ended with ten men after Buchan and Porthleven goalkeeper Ethan Fearn were dismissed.

Dan Perryman scored a hat-trick as St Austell retained their place at the top of the table with a comprehensive 7-2 victory at Wadebridge Town. Perryman scored twice early on before Kyle Flew pulled one back for Wadebridge.

Jake Miller restored the Lillywhites' two-goal lead before Flew halved the deficit again just before the break.

But the visitors showed their quality and pulled away after the break, with Hayden Turner netting a penalty before Perryman completed his hat-trick. Turner made it six before George Tucker completed the scoring late on.

Launceston earned a 4-1 victory at home to Liskeard Athletic. Tom Ellacott opened the scoring early on before the same man doubled the advantage shortly before half-time.

Sam Humphries pulled one back for the Blues early in the second half, but Dan Hart and Mike Steele secured the Clarets' first home win since the opening day of the season.

Camelford battled back to secure three points at Newquay, winning 3-2 at the Mount Wise Stadium. Ed Harrison gave the Camels a half-time lead, but two quick goals from Alex Cole turned the match on its head midway through the second period.

But Jack Lawrence did the same for the visitors with two late goals to secure Camelford's third win in a week.