Panthers 31 - 22 Predators 
Starting Line-Up: GS Christina Broad, GA Vicky Ford, WA Amie Hoskin, C Siobhan Howe, WD Sophie Thomas, GD Vicki Hastings, GK Kay Barker. Res Erin Downe
Panthers were without captain Kerry Elliott for this fixture, and the recent departure of GD Judith Greystone meant that the team had a very different line-up going into the match, yet they still managed to pull off an impressive win against the current division leaders, working well together and adjusting quickly to the new line-up.
Great play in the centre third, with Howe, Hoskin and Thomas working well together to ensure that the ball made its way quickly down the court, and with some excellent shooting from Ford & Broad, Panthers lead 10-3 after the first quarter.
This positive play continued throughout the match with more great mid-court play as Downe came on at half time to replace co-captain Thomas, and with some fantastic movement and interceptions within the opposing circle by Hastings and "player of the match" Barker, Predators were kept at bay and the home team secured another win; much needed if Panthers' hopes of promotion are to come to fruition.
Liskeard Tigers put in their best performance of the season so far to secure a comfortable win at home to Connect.
Tigers 45 - 30 Connect 
The original Tigers line up was all available for the fixture with Kirstie Chappell at GS, Sophie Hocking GA, Jo Glossop WA, Charlotte Randall C, Lauren Finch WD, Holly Lemon GD and Lucy Smale GK.
Liskeard then settled into the match and started to find their feet. More control from the team and great interceptions from Randall gave the Tigers another strong quarter going 5 ahead at half-time.
The Tigers knew this was their game if they could maintain this standard and not loose their heads. The girls clearly listened, as the 3rd quarter was by far their best. Defensively Lemon and Smale had control of the shooters, restricting their movement and marking hard to get the turnovers. Finch doubled up with Lemon on the GA causing Connect to make mistakes which the Tigers pounced on. Tigers’ GA and GS Hocking and Chappell rewarded their team with some excellent shooting. Their work rate in and around the circle was strong, and teamed with some fast ball from Glossop and Randall, the team won the quarter a fantastic 16 goals to 7.
Liskeard steadied the pace in the last quarter and with a change to Connect’s shooters were forced onto the back foot for the first time. However, the girls fought hard and knew they had done enough early on, eventually winning the match 45-30.
Captain and Player of the Match Holly Lemon was pleased with the win, commenting that it was the best the Tigers had played this season and that the girls now need to take this confidence into their next match away to Storm 1.
Camborne Park 40 - 32 Liskeard Cougars
Starting Line up: GK Sarah Skews, GD Vicki Hastings, WD Debbie Drinkell, C Amie Hoskin, GA Lisa Webb, GS Gaby Duffey. RES Erin Down
After a late arrival to the venue Cougars were forced straight onto court with no warm up. This showed in the opening few minutes as Camborne Park took an early lead of 7 goals. From the outset this was a physical match with some hard contests in the defending circle, the height advantage of Skews and Hastings breaking up the attacking play of Camborne Park. By the end of the first quarter Cougars settled and long range shots from Webb and some fast play by Duffey saw Parks lead cut to just 3 goals.
No change was made at quarter time but again Camborne Park led the way making key interceptions at the Cougars attacking end and converting each one. The end of the second quarter saw Park double their goal tally whilst Cougars added 7.
An injury sustained by Collins late in the 2nd quarter saw Hoskin in her more familiar position WA at the start of the second half with new player Erin Down replacing Drinkell at WD who moved to centre. Camborne Park showed no sign of tiring and again drew away at the beginning of the quarter. Cougars had the better of the play in the last few minutes of the third quarter however, with the fresh legs of Down proving more than a match for Camborne Park's WA. Tight defending by Skews and Hastings and fast attacking play by Drinkell and Hoskin into Webb in the circle ensured a tighter game was played.
Cougars began the final quarter with a 12 goal deficit, but with 3 quick goals and key interceptions by Hastings, Cougars' fast attacking play in the forth quarter disrupted the rhythm of the Camborne Park girls. Although Park had done enough in the two preceding quarters to ensure a victory, Cougars can be happy with their play and won the last quarter by 4 goals. Cougars Player of the Match was again Gaby Duffey for her movement in the circle and accurate shooting in the last quarter despite very competitive marking by a very tall GK.
Thank you to Julia Eldridge for umpiring
Starting Line up: GK: Sarah Skews, GD: Vicky Hastings, WD: Amie Hoskin, C: Debbie Drinkell, WA: Sarah Collins, GA: Lisa Webb, GS: Gabi Duffey. Res: Jenny Cribb & Liz Julian
Cougars took advantage of Amie Hoskin's unnamed status due to her absence in the earlier part of the season. On paper this should have been an easy victory for Cougars who had already had their biggest winning margin of the season against St Agnes but it was the visitors who came out with all guns blazing though, matching Cougars shot for shot in the first part of the opening quarter. Cougars however were able to capitalise on the tight defence of Skews and Hastings to build a lead of 6 goals. The team remained unchanged for the second quarter and turnover balls by Hoskin at WD were quickly fed into the circle by Drinkell C and Collins WA ensuring St Agnes added only 2 goals to Liskeard’s 9.
The start of the 3rd quarter saw Hoskin go to C as Drinkell was protecting an old knee injury and Cribb on at WD. Some fast attacking play and accurate shooting by GS Duffey and GA Webb sustained a lead of 35 goals to 10.
With Drinkell remaining on the bench for the last quarter and Cribb replaced by Julian at WD after an injury to her hand in the early part of the quarter saw St Agnes pull 3 goals back in quick succession but a good team effort in the last quarter denied the visitors a bonus point and gave Liskeard Cougars their first home victory of the season. Duffey was awarded player of the match for the second game running for her tenacity under increasing pressure in the shooting circle.
Thanks to Helen Tuxford for umpiring.