ALL six County Division One games were cancelled on Monday due to the weather, writes Michael Weeks.
It leaves Penzance needing only three points for the title from their final two games. They host Beacon on Saturday.
Meanwhile Stithians Menheniot Looe and Stithians have been relegated over the weekend, with both sides having struggled all season.
Stithians 205 Beacon 211-9
IT might have been the game that officially saw Stithians relegated, after two seasons in County One, but they certainly put up a spirited fight at Tolcarne Road.
Hugh Williams (57) and Nathan Strick (61) put on 115 for the second wicket to get them to 152-1. Darren Proctor took three for 38.
Proctor then made an unbeaten 58 to see his side home after they had been 155-8. Larry Martin made 43. Williams took three for 44 and Callum Martin and Colin Weeks two wickets each.
Gorran 149 Troon 152-4
STEVE Eddy ran riot at Gorran as the home side struggled to 42 for seven, of which Tom Cross made 28.
Andrew Grant (43) and number ten Jacob Lakeman (38) got a total on the board. Eddy took six for 25 from ten overs. Openers Adam Rodda (24) and Luke Johnson (25) got Troon off to a good start.
They lost four wickets for 31 runs however before Toby Whiteford (44no) and Gavin Tregenza (33no) got the job done. James Tomlinson took three for 43.
Hayle 297-4 Menheniot Looe 127
THE Hayle batsmen were in good form at the Towans after losing Steve Pollard early on.
Stephen Richards made 111 not out and shared a third wicket stand of 149 with Tony Riggall (49). Graham Wiseman made 36 and Daniel Lello 24. Jake Trethowan took two for 65.
After openers Ross Ripley (18) and Josh Gerry (32) departed Hugh Rogers with 53 was the only other visiting batsman in double figures. Richards completed a superb game with three for 30.
Helston 171 Roche 172-4
HELSTON'S winning run came to an end at Roche. Only Ben Rule got going with 63 off 120 balls.
Steve Jenkin made 24 and Dan Jenkin and Jordan Fulton got double figures.
Daniel Best, Ryan Clark, Courtney Rowe and Shaun Trudgeon all took two wickets. Adam Brenton secured the win with an unbeaten 80.
Adam Trudgeon (20), Neil Trudgeon (25) and Will Skene (32) all played their part with victory coming in the 47th over. Ross Leathley took two for 29.
In the Women's Sunday League, Truro travelled to Falmouth, who won the toss and elected to bat, but the rain came and nota ball was bowled as the match was abandoned as a draw with each side taking six points.
Redruth hosted Wadebridge, who batted first and made 277 all out (Emily Edgcombe 217no, Kaleigh Richards 4-26).
In reply, Redruth were 244-2 before the match was abandoned in the 28th over. Wadebridge claimed 12 points and Redruth 16.
The only match that was completed. saw Camborne host Grampound Road who made 164 for 3 in their 35 overs (Natalie Dyer 66, Emma Clemens-Tresidder 2-27).
In reply Camborne were 111 all out (Natasha Weeks 36, Tamsin Weeks 21, Caitlin Burnett 2-20). Grampound Road took 20 points, and Camborne four.