THERE were just 11 referees to cover 26 league games in the Whirlwind Sports Trelawny League, but remarkably a high percentage of games went ahead.

Stithians lost their 100 per cent record when they were beaten 2-1 by premier division leaders Holmans SC, but Mawnan are still in pursuit of the top three after a 3-0 win away to Probus with the goals coming from Dom Pullen, Adam Pryor (pen) and a 40-yarder from Darren Friend.

Camborne SoM, who scored through Lewis Judge and Alex Wissam, made it two wins from two games with a narrow 2-1 victory against Lanner, but unfortunately for St Keverne they were unable to raise a side to play Illogan RBL.

New Inn Titans lost their unbeaten Championship record when they were beaten 3-2 away to Mawnan Reserves.

Hal Davis gave Titans the lead, but Mawnan hit back to lead 3-1 with goals from Jack Ninnes (2) and Luke Morrell before Davis scored an injury-time second goal for Titans.

A goal from Bradley Southeard enabled Constantine to share the spoils after their 1-1 draw with Illogan RBL III and Mullion Reserves and Frogpool/Cusgarne did likewise after drawing 3-3 with ’Pool scoring through Jay Harrington (2) and Mike Rollason.

Zach Maunder scored for Falmouth Town III in their 4-1 defeat at West Cornwall while RNAS Culdrose went down 7-2 to Gwinear Churchtown.

Second placed Rosudgeon Reserves ran out 7-3 winners against Falmouth DC in division one after the home side scored through Thomas Prynn, Dillan Peglu and Bobby Dawes.

Wendron United IV went down 5-0 at home to Holmans SC Reserves and Jack Blakeston (2), Lewis Bridger, Ashley Lawrence, Mike Penhaligon and Chris Webster scored in Frogpool/Cusgarne’s 6-3 defeat of Redruth United Reserves.

A brace of goals from Chris Symon and one from Chris Elpenhof paved the way for Perranwell Reserves 3-2 win at Troon Reserves.

Falmouth United pulled off a superb 1-0 win away to St Ives Town Reserves in division two after a goal by Lewis Preston and Lizard Argyle Reserves defeated Constantine Reserves 4-0.

Stithians Reserves suffered a heavy 10-1 defeat at home to Goonhavern Athletic Reserves.