HELSTON Athletic reserves pulled off the result of the first round of Kernow Stone League Cup matches, coming from two goals down to beat Saltash United reserves 3-2 after extra time.

The Ashes are flying high in third place in the St Piran League East and led by two, but the Blues, who are struggling near the bottom of the West division, levelled the scores by the end of 90 minutes, before going on to clinch victory in extra time.

They will join Mullion in the second round after the Seagulls won 3-1 at Saltash Borough.

But it was bad news for Wendron United reserves, who lost 4-2 on penalties at Illogan RBL following a 2-2 draw after extra time. Macaulay Negus and Robbie Condie scored for Illogan.

Perranwell's hopes are also after after they lost 2-1 at home to Torpoint Athletic reserves. Chris Madeley scored for the Well.

Dan Horler scored both goals for Redruth United in their 3-2 defeat at home to Mousehole reserves.

Cameron Irish scored four goals as Hayle booked their place in the next round with a thumping 9-0 win at home to Callington Town reserves. Liam Mooney scored twice, with Toby Angwin, Stuart Nicholls and Matt Thomas also netting.

Perranporth were 6-2 winners at home to Sticker reserves. Ed Wilton scored twice, with Gavin Boon, Luke Wort, Ben Lawrence and Chris Wood also scoring for the hosts, while Daniel Hocking and Thomas Hocking replied for the visitors.

Jack Willis and Dan Richards both scored hat-tricks as St Day ran out 6-3 winners at Bude Town after extra time. Scott Percy scored a hat-trick of his own for Bude.

Louis Graham scored the only goal of the game as St Ives Town won 1-0 at St Agnes.

Elsewhere, Wadebridge Town reserves beat Polperro on a penalty shootout following a 2-2 draw after extra time, St Austell reserves won 3-2 at Launceston reserves and Millbrook reserves won 3-1 at home to Lanreath.

Liskeard Athletic reserves will host Morwenstow in the final tie of the round next weekend.

Falmouth Town reserves' match at home to St Dennis reserves was postponed, while St Mawgan were handed a walkover after Ludgvan failed to raise a team.

The winners will join Penryn Athletic in the second round, after the St Piran League West leaders' scheduled opponents St Just withdrew from the league before the start of the season.

Second round draw in full (ties to be played Saturday, November 16):

St Day v Mullion

Helston Athletic reserves v Perranporth

Torpoint Athletic reserves v St Austell reserves

Mousehole reserves v Liskeard Athletic reserves/Morwenstow

St Ives Town v St Mawgan

Penryn Athletic v Falmouth Town reserves/St Dennis reserves

Wadebridge Town reserves v Millbrook reserves

Hayle v Illogan RBL