Werrington take over at the top of the Premier for the first time this season.
Camborne win their first game and only trail Callington by 5 points but have played a game more.
Helston’s County 1 lead is reduced to 18 points with defeat at Beacon.
Troon are 29 points behind but have a game in hand and yet to play Helston away.
3 of the bottom 5 – Launceston. Redruth 2 & Newquay win in the battle to avoid relegation.
With Penzance having a bye yesterday Werrington are the new leaders of the LWC Drinks Cornwall Premier League.
They made 275 for 8 at home to Callington who were 196 all out in reply.
Truro are 11 points behind after beating Falmouth by 54 runs.
Truro made 242-7 with Scott Harvey hitting 83.
Falmouth were 188 all out.
Redruth recovered well to beat St Just by three wickets.
St Just made 223 for 8.
Redruth were 26 for 5 but fifties from Will Harris, Nathan Alexander and Craig Johnson got them to 224 for 7, with eight balls to spare.
Camborne won their first game with a three wicket home success over Wadebridge who were 165 all out.
Camborne replied with 168 for 7.
There was a close finish at Grampound Road where St Austell won by just two runs.
St Austell were 136 all out and the Road were dismissed for 134, Conway Gilbert taking 5 for 38.
In County Division 1 Helston’s lead has been cut following a five run defeat at second placed Beacon while in the relegation fight three of the bottom five won.
The results were:
Beacon 196 for 9 beat Helston 191 all out
Troon 168 for 9 beat Rosudgeon 76 all out
Redruth seconds 296 for 7 beat Gorran 216 all out
Lanhydrock 68 all out lost to Newquay 70 for 2
Launceston 261 all out beat Roche 198 all out
Werrington seconds 303 for 7 beat St Erme 118 all out
Today it’s the opening day of the Unicorns Counties Championship game between Oxfordshire and Cornwall at Banbury.
Cornwall Over Fifties have travelled to North Yorkshire for their ECB National Quarter Final at Malton.
Locally it’s the Clive Rosevear Cup Finals Day at Gorran with Saltash playing Veryan at 10.30am followed by Duloe against Wadebridge seconds.