Aug 232014

Two pieces of individual brilliance helped earn Falmouth Town a point despite being reduced to 10 men on the hour.   First Wayne Trevaskis scored a superb solo goal when after 61 minutes when  he collected the ball just inside the Launceston half and beat two defenders, before deftly chipping the keeper to notch the best goal seen at Bickland Park this term.

The Clarets had scrambled an 75th minute equaliser; then deep into injury-time,  Sam Trudgian, playing his home début between the sticks, pulled off an amazing save when he tipped a viciously deflected shot onto his cross bar.

Josh Burton was the player dismissed after he had retaliated to a challenge.


Aug 202014

Three second half goals saw a strong Saltash side take all three points in this SWPL Premier Division game. Josh Burton had given Town the lead just before half-time when he  swivelled on a loose ball to sore from 15 yards.  Only a minute before The Ashes had been denied an opening goal through a controversial offside decision.

The visitors emerged from the break looking a much more determined side and despite Dan Peters performing heroics in the Falmouth goal they scored through Hughes (53), a 67th minute penalty from Toby Clarke and Matt Cusack two minutes later.

Aug 162014

Ten man Falmouth Town went down to a 40th minute Lewis Coombes goal in what was the forth consecutive 0-1 reverse to the Green & Blacks.  James Greet was controversially dismissed in the 34th minute when he received a straight red  for foul play.  Gary Bell and Ryan Chinn also picked up yellow cards.

Sam Trudgian, Ryan Chinn and Mike Vanes made their debuts for the club.

Town team: Sam Trudgian, Ed Timmins, James Greet, Ryan Chinn, Joe Cooper(C), Jamie Webb, Harry Evans, Gary Bell (Ross Pope), Rob Wearne(Mike Vane), Kayne Trevaskis, Josh Sims (Adam Williams).  Unused subs: Andy Sincock & Dan Peters(gk)
Referee : Jamie Gallagher (Wadebridge)
Aug 092014

Falmouth Town had to settle for a point despite taking an early two goal lead in this curtain raiser to the 2014-5 season. In the end it was the visitors who looked more likely to take the points but they were denied by a late winner with Dan Peters producing a point blank save, and the crossbar coming to Town’s rescue deep into injury time.

It had all started so well with Rob Wearne grabbing two goals in two minutes with; a 17th minute header, and a sharp finish from 10 yards on 19 minutes following good work from Kayne Trevaskis.

Slack defending saw Newquay get back into the game with goals from former Town player Matt Drummond and Jack Bray-Evans. Debut striker Trevaskis then grabbed his first goal for Falmouth  with a neat finish after 39 minutes to make it 3-2 at half-time.

It was more poor defending that gave Newquay an equaliser with 71 minutes on the clock.

Despite Town then going close to grabbing a winner; Harry Evans drawing a great save from Tom Vercoe in the Peppermints goal, and a superb lob from Josh Sims drifting just wide, the visitors were fully deserving of the point gained.


Town team:  Dan Peters, Ed Timmons, James Greet, Andrew Sincock, Joe Cooper, Josh Sims, Harry Evans, Gary Bell, Rob Wearne, Kayne Trevaskis, Josh Burton Subs: Ross Pope, Adam Williams, Mike Vane, Andrew Westgarth, Mike Smith

Jun 062014

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.