Town’s Reserves moved into the League Cup semi finals after this fine win at Enys Parc. Goals came from Ben Ambrose (2), a Luke Wort penalty, and Lawrie McGowan.
Falmouth Town’s injury revenged squad pulled off a superb victory at Launceston to complete the double over the league leaders. Town; without captain fantastic Mark Vercesi, Ian Hodges, Dan Magee, Ross Pope,(and Shane White has joined Hicks in leaving the club), fully deserved to take the three points .
Reserve skipper Adam Pryor and striker Nathan McIntosh were drafted into the squad, and Kevin Hill made his second appearance of the season. Add to that new signing Aiden Way at right back and the Town side had an unfamiliar look to it. You wouldn’t have known it though as Falmouth thoroughly deserved the victory.
Karl Turner opened the scoring in the first half, after good work from McIntosh and Drummond, and stand in skipper Matt Drummond completed the scoring on the hour. McIntosh was brought down for a penalty soon after but the less said about Drummo’s penalty the better. 😉
Great win for Town.
Town have been drawn away to Saltash Utd in the Cornwall Senior Cup quarter final. It will be the sixth time the two sides have met in Cup football in two seasons.
Liskeard Ath v St Austell
Saltash Utd v Falmouth Town
Truro City v Camelford/Porthleven
Penryn Ath v Bodmin Town
Games to be played on the 18th of February.
Falmouth Town stretched their unbeaten run to 17 games, and moved to within three points of leaders Penryn Athletic, with this win over St. Day. Goalscorers were Ben Ambrose (2) and Luke Wort.
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