The sun shone, the clouds moved away and brightness gilded the Liskeard Lions in three matches at Truro. The Lions were perhaps feeling a little dispirited after defeats against Saltash last week and the group of death in the Launceston festival. Facing the might of Truro and St Austell, both group winners in the county event, might not have been what the doctor would have ordered. However, all of the players did themselves proud, losing narrowly by two tries to zero against both Truro sides and drawing two tries apiece with St Austell. The team tackled fearlessly all morning with Oli Aniyi relentlessly supported by Henry Dean and James Slater. The pack asserted its control in most scrums and will be a formidable unit in the future with Michelle Champion supported by her props Ethan Crabb and Max Dennison. With just two minutes to go Oli Bragg was brought in from the wing to scrum half immediately scaring the St Austell defence with his speed. A try by Bragg soon followed, only then for man of the match Max Dennison to cap a fine morning with a swallow dive over the line for the draw.