Kevin Faulkner gave Polperro's spirits a boost with a goal after just ten minutes of this Division One encounter at a cold and windy Killigarth. The home side kept the pressure on throughout the first half with Matt Barton and Jason Richardson extending their lead to a comfortable three nil by the interval.

Port Isaac came back into the game after the break and Nick Evans reduced the arrears from the penalty spot. Barton, heading back to his goalscoring best, took Polperro's tally to four but Karl Davey weighed in with a brace for the visitors to keep the game in the balance.

Aaron Spry, Mark Blake and Ryan Tedder were particularly impressive for Polperro but patchy form of late has left many of their players over keen to compete and the game was marred by continual breaks in play as time and again they were penalised for over zealous tackling.

Polperro's manager, Tony Bunton, took to the field for the final 20 minutes covering ground like a young gazelle and coming close to scoring with a well judged lobb which glanced off the crossbar. A tense closing spell saw Polperro hold onto their slender lead and claim three valuable points.