Nov 212015

Falmouth Town (1) 1 Callington Town (0) 1

An 82nd minute strike from Ben Langton gave visitors Callington Town a share of the spoils and it was a result the east Cornwall side probably deserved.   Falmouth Town had been out of action for almost a month and they looked rusty from the off and never really showed their true form.   The home side did take the lead though and it was an excellent goal.  On 29 minutes Harry Clarke  picked the ball up thirty yards from goal, and as Westgarth and Wearne drew defenders, young Cornwall player Clarke advanced before unleashing a shot from 25 yards into the top corner of the net for one of the best goals seen at Bickland Park this season.

Substitute Glen Squires almost snatched a  winner at the end but the Cally keeper deflected his shot over the bar.  A disappointing performance and result for Falmouth Town but understandable given the lack of action of late and the difficult conditions.

Full report to follow.

Nov 102015

Good news for all at Famouth Town as wide man Dan Richardson has rejoined the club from Bodmin Town.   There have been rumours about local boy Dan’s return and  it was  confirmed that he has officially signed to give a timely boost toDan Richardson Andrew Westgarth’s squad.


Dan Richardson in action for Town during his previous spell at the club.

Nov 072015

Unsurprisingly, given the very wet weather over the last week, today’s SWPL game against Cullompton Rangers has been postponed.

Oct 312015

St Austell (0) 3 Falmouth Town (0) 1

Falmouth Town went down to a late defeat at champions St Austell after a fighting display.   Reski gave the home side the lead just after half-time but Town skipper Joe Cooper equalised almost immediately.   Reski scored from the spot and Hardy added a third goal to wrap up the win for the Liliwhites .


Report from Nick Hone.


Oct 272015

Falmouth Town (1) 2 Bodmin Town (3) 5

Falmouth Town slipped to their biggest league defeat of the season against an in-form Bodmin Town.  The visitors showed why they are championship favourites with another five goal haul following their 5-3 victory at St Austell at the weekend.   Falmouth Town gave a good account of themselves though and with a little more luck the score could have been much closer.  As it was they once again found themselves reduced to ten men when Mark Holland was carried off after all the home side’s substitutes had been used.

Rob Wearne scored both Town’s goals, one in each half.  Both were good finishes following very good moves from the home side.  A disappointing final score but there were many positives for Andrew Westgarth’s young squad to take from the game.

Lee Hall’s West Briton report.

Oct 242015

Stoke Gabriel (0) 1 Falmouth Town  (0) 2

Falmouth Town got back to winning ways with a very good win at Stoke Gabriel.  The visitors had to come from a goal behind to maintain their unbeaten away record in the SWPL this season. Stoke had the better of a goalless first half, hitting the post and having several good efforts on goal, but were unable to beat Town keeper Ethan Fearn .  Fearn came into the team due to Ryan Barnes being suspended and he was finally beaten by The Railwaymen’s Ollie Aplin after 61 minutes.

The home side’s lead lasted only eight minutes though as top Glen Squires, back in action after an injury lay off,  headed home a  Rob Wearne cross for the equaliser.   A minute later Mike Vanes was brought down in the box and Rob Wearne scored from the spot and Town held out for the remaining twenty minutes to take all three points

Falmouth Town: Ethan Fearn, Chris Wormington, Harry Clarke, Tom Whipp, Joe Cooper, Ross Pope, Conner Rhodes, Mike Vanes, Rob Wearne, Andrew Westgarth, Luke Tripconey, Lewis Wilson, Glenn Squires, Aiden Killen, Sam Reed.

Oct 162015

Helston Athletic (1) 3 Falmouth Town (0) 1

Falmouth Town exited the W C Parson South West Peninsula League Cup at the second round stage with a prolifigate performance at Kellaway Park.  An even first half ended with the hosts leading 1-0 after a mix up at the back gifted the home side an opening goal.  The second half saw Town miss several good openings before Helston scored a second against the run of play, and although Town pulled one back from the spot through Rob Wearne, the hosts scored a late goal to secure a deserved win.

West Briton Report.

Oct 132015

Falmouth Town (0) 0 St Austell (1) 2

Falmouth Town slipped to their first league defeat since the opening day of the season against champions St Austell.  Once again Town found themselves reduced to ten men after a bizarre decision saw Tom Whipp dismissed for a second yellow after an hour when he was adjudged to have come back on to the pitch without permission.   Goals at the end of each half were enough to secure the points for the visitors.   Town’s best chances came from a twice taken penalty in the first minute of the second period but former Town star Jason Chapman blocked Andrew Westgarth’s second attempt and the chance was gone.

West Briton report.