TRURO AND CAMBORNE STAY ON TOP

Cornwall Cricket crestTruro lead the Jolly's Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League by just two points after a dramatic one wicket home win over St Austell at Boscawen Park.

 

In reply to St Austell’s 133 Truro’s last pair got the 15 they required to win ending on 136-9.

 

Callington remain second after winning by eight wickets at Newquay who were 116 all out. Callington made 118-2.

 

Werrington moved up to third - seven points behind Truro - following an eight wicket home win over Grampound Road. Sam Hockin took 5-31 to bowl the Road out for 97. After taking four wickets, Alex Smeeth made an unbeaten 51 in Werrington’s 100-2.

 

There was drama at Troon where St Just dropped vital points when their game was abandoned due to bad light just before 2030. St Just made 270-6 declared with Neil Curnow 119 not out. After a rain delay of almost two hours Troon were 150-5 with 14 overs remaining.

 

Simon Hosking hit 67 as Falmouth made 151 at Paul, where Justin Stephens took 5-38. Paul recovered to make 152-7 and win by three wickets.

 

Today Truro play Paul (1030) in the first County T20 semi-final at Redruth CC followed by Troon against Werrington (1400) with the final scheduled to start at 1700.

 

County Division One leaders Camborne (169-2; Second 85no, King 74) made in 17 wins in a row with yesterday's eight wicket win at Luckett (165).

 

Other County 1 scores: Beacon 206-7 lost to Wadebridge 207-7, Launceston 87 lost to Redruth 88-1, Penzance 99 lost to Gorran 100-1, Hayle 128-8 lost to Ludgvan 132-7, Roche 184-9 beat Truro seconds 102.

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