With the top two places in the South West Peninsula League Premier Division already decided, attention on Saturday turned to other matters.
Falmouth Town had a 5-1 win at home to Stoke Gabriel that assures the Bickland Park club of third and £600 in prize money, whilst Saltash United remain in fourth and know a win on Monday will keep them fourth and £400 better off.
The Ashes had a 4-1 win over Godolphin Atlantic with Ryan Richards bagging a hat-trick leaving him one goal behind Glynn Hobbs in the `golden boot` standings with a game still to be played.
On Friday night, Plymouth Parkway set a new record of 147 goals scored in a season. but Tavistock are within touching distances of beating that before the weekend is out, they had a 4-0 win at home to Helston Athletic which moved the Lambs onto 146 for the season with one more game to play.
Launceston were the day`s highest scorers with a 7-0 win over a depleted Plymouth Argyle reserve side at Pennygillam, whilst Torpoint Athletic were just a goal behind as they hit six in a 6-2 win over bottom of the table Witheridge.
Torpoint were one of a trio of sides in mid-table who all won and all climbed a place with Newquay winning 1-0 away at Ivybridge Town, and Cullompton Rangers coming from behind to beat Camelford 2-1 at home being the others.
Sticker climbed a place after a 2-0 win away at Callington Town and one game ended all square with St Austell and Exmouth Town drawing 1-1 at Poltair.