Image Truro v Callington
As the Saturday night newspaper deadline has been advanced by TWO hours for 2019 it is literally impossible to receive and get everything typed up and submitted by 8pm in time for publication.
Therefore the live Summary Results page will, as it stands, update throughout Saturday evenings.
St Austell recovered from 73 for 7 at Trewirgie to make 155 for 9.
Redruth reached the target for the loss of six wickets with nine overs to spare.
Callington were bowled out for 173 at Truro with Aiden Libby making 92.
Truro were dismissed for 152 in the 40th over.
Penzance move into second spot after their eight wicket win at Grampound Road.
After the Road were dismissed for 223 Scott Harvey’s 84 not out guided Penzance to 226 for 2.
Wadebridge won by five wickets at St Just after bowling the home side out for 221 with Callum Wilson taking 5 for 37. Kevin Renecke’s 108 not out saw Wadebridge to victory by 5 wickets..
The action was over quickly at Werrington where Falmouth were dismissed for 86 with Tom Dinnis taking 5 for 31. Werrington took just 15 overs to win by nine wickets.
There’s no change at the top of County Division 1 as five of the top six all took maximum points with Rosudgeon the only losers. Camborne, Beacon and Redruth seconds remain at the top divided by just three points.
The results were
Camborne beat St Austell seconds by 144 runs
Beacon beat Ludgvan by 102 runs.
Redruth seconds beat Launceston by 61 runs.
Gorran beat Werrington seconds by 245 runs after scoring 401 with Robin Kendall making 149.
Troon beat Lanhydrock by eight wickets and
Helston beat Rosudgeon by 35 runs
Today Cornwall take on Buckinghamshire at Truro un the Unicorns Knock Out Trophy first round.
The 50 over game is scheduled to get underway at Boscawen Park at 11am
Truro CC looking beautiful as ever. 🏏 pic.twitter.com/fVNngkpGQA
— Callington CC (@CallingtonCC) June 1, 2019
— Holsworthy C.C (@holsworthy_cc) June 1, 2019
Today’s winning side, featuring regular skipper M.Blake pic.twitter.com/s0lQlpxQ6i
— Boconnoc CC (@BoconnocCC) June 1, 2019