Falmouth Town have been drawn at home to either Ashton and Backwell United or Bishop Sutton in the FA Vase 2nd Qualiying Round. Tie to be played on October the 4th.
Falmouth Town entertain Newquay on the 9th of August to open the 2014-15 season. Full SWPL fixtures here.
In the Walter C Parson Cup (new sponsor of what was the Throgmorton Cup) Town have been drawn away to St. Dennis with the winners Travelling to Bodmin Town.
Edit: The Walter C Parson Cup tie at St. Dennis has been switched to Bickland Park and will be played on Tuesday the 16th of September; kick off 7:30pm.
Falmouth Town’s Trelawny League team clinched the Division 5 title in their first season in the league with a 7-0 home win over Madron Reserves . Well done one and all.
Falmouth Town’s scratch side came away with a very credible draw at The Mill in this penultimate game of the season. Rob Wearne scored early in the second half but ex-Town player Darren Hicks denied the visitors victory with an equalising goal with 10 minutes left to play. The result was even more impressive as Town, already without the suspended Tom Whipp, lost centre-back Joe Copper early on to a hamstring injury. Jason Robertson though put in a great shift to hold the defence together.
Midfield stalwart Ross Pope, assisted by skipper tom Whipp, managed the team in the absence of John Dent and Gary Cooper. Well done all.
Team: Dan Burrows, Ed Timmins, Lee Jeffrey, Jason Robertson, Joe Cooper (R.Pope), Harry Evans, Dan Richardson,
Falmouth Town finally killed the faint mathmatical possibility of relegation with what was the biggest win of the season. First-half goals from Rob Wearne and Dan Richardson (penalty), were added to after the break by Harry Evans and Liam Dent.
Two goals in 12 second-half minutes settled this match and saw the completion of a league double by Newquay based Godolphin. The goals were scored by Phil Lowry (53) and Josh Harris (65).
Falmouth Town slipped to yet another home defeat in a match that descended into farce. Following an injury time foul on skipper Tom Whipp a brawl occurred which resulted in three Torpoint players and Whipp being dismissed. Torpoint had already had a player dismissed and ended the game with just seven players on the pitch.
Town lost the game in the first half when a goal keeping mistake and sloppy defending cost them two goals. The home side played at much better tempo in the second half but despite much pressure could only score one goal, a penalty on 59 minutes from Dan Richardson.
Falmouth Town’s run of three successive away victories came to a end at table topping Exmouth. The visitors had started brightly and could have gone ahead when Rob Wearne went through on the keeper but the striker put his shot wide. Exmouth though registered scores with their only two efforts on target of a closely contested first half. First an unstoppable looping shot into the top corner of the net from 25 yards by Jamie Moore; and following a well executed free-kick, former Falmouth player Kevin Hill put away a glancing header.
It was perhaps a little harsh on the away side but Exmouth dominated the second period and added a third goal from the penalty spot through Lloyd Gardner to register a first ever win over Falmouth Town and take a deserved three points in their bid for the championship.