JUST five points separate the top six sides, with Illogan in the driving seat, despite currently sitting in fourth place, having played the least amount of games.
Wendron remain in second after a convincing 7-2 win away at Penryn. Luke Wort added two more to his season's tally, while Justin Searle, Steve Brewer, Ben Ambrose and Matt Rose were also on target.
A Penryn own goal rounded off the victory, with Ryan Reeve grabbing the home side's goals.
Goals from Tom Patrick, Gary Matthews and Jack Ramsey keep Ludgvan in third after they saw off Falmouth Athletic, while St Just overcame Falmouth Town 5-3 in a thriller.
Stuart Nicholls, Darren Steadman, Graham Stirr, Tim George and the help of an own goal ensured the Tinners did enough to cancel out goals from Town's Lee Jeffery, Connor Symons and Tom Richards.
St Ives remain level on points with St Just after Martyn Harding's strike was enough for them to see off Hayle by a goal to nil, while RNAS Culdrose overcame Newquay by the same scoreline, with Lee Martin on hand to help move his side up to 14th.
Redruth United hit seven goals against bottom side Goonhavern who have not won since September.
Dan McInerney bagged a hat-trick with Ben Beesley (2), Ben Widdershoven and Dean Keating adding to Goonhavern's misery, although they did get a consolation through Adi Holder.
Goals from Dan O'Toole and Mike Burn got St Agnes back to winning ways as they won away at Perranwell, and Mullion comfortably defeated Porthleven 2-0 thanks to goals from Dan Jenkin and Alan Thomas.
Pendeen Rovers AFC are actively seeking new members to join the committee.
If you feel you have anything to offer to the future of this ambitious club, please contact Jenny on 01736 601421 or 07445 911812.