Cullompton Rangers (3) 5 Falmouth Town (1) 2

Falmouth went down against high flying Cullompton (now in 2nd position) at Speads Meadow and are still looking for their first away victory of the 2015-15 season.

The early exchanges were even and it was no surprise to see Harry Evans  cut in from the right on 23 minutes and evade three players before looping his shot over the keeper.

Cullompton began to control the game as the half progressed but it was counter attacking with pace and precision that brought them two goals .
Just before the interval an error from Dan Peters, who misjudged a cross, led to a simple headed third goal.

The second half belonged to the home side who played the ball about with authority and netted two more goals and it was a case of damage limitation from Town with only spasmodic attacks.

Two minutes from time an infringement in the Cully area was spotted by referee Kane leaving Harry Evans the new Falmouth spot kick ace to  find the net for his 6th goal of the season.

Ed Timmins made his 50th Falmouth Town appearance

Town lineup:

Dan Peters, Ed Timmins, James Greet, Jamie Webb, Joe Cooper(C), Ryan Chinn, Harry Evans, Gary Bell (Adam Williams), Josh Sims (Sam Reed), Kayne Trevaskis, Josh Burton

Unused sub:  Andy Sincock

Thirds Progress in Cup

Falmouth Town’s Trelawney league side eliminated higher division opposition in the Percy Stephens Cup by defeating Camborne 5-2 at Dracaena on Saturday.
Town trailed 2-1 at the break with their goal coming from a free-kick from Jimmy Smith.Top scorer Smith completed a dead ball hat trick in the second half with another free kick and a penalty. Town’s other two goals came from Harry McMellon.
Camborne’s main weapon was the long ball but Falmouth’s more controlled football won the day. The visitors lost their discipline late in the game and had two players sent off.
The result has earned a 2nd Round away tie at Division 1 side Stithians; also, in the Cornwall Junior Cup Falmouth Town are away at Trelawney League Premier Division side Mousehole Reserves.

Falmouth Town (1) 2 Callington Town (1) 2

Veteran striker Dominic Pullen came off the bench to rescue a point for Town with a last gasp equaliser.  With the forward pairing of Rob Wearne and Wayne Trevaskis being unavailable goal machine Pullen was brought in to the squad from the Reserves.

Town had taken the lead  after 35 minutes through a Harry Evans penalty but last season’s Division One West champions Callington Town, who have had a fine start to the season, took the lead with two Sam Stevens goals either side of the break.

The home side pressed for an equaliser and Pullen’s late deflected shot  looped over the keeper to ensure a deserved point.

Falmouth Town (0) 1 St. Dennis (0) 2 (AET score at 90 minutes 1-1)

A Mark Rowe header seven minutes from the end of extra-time saw Falmouth Town eliminated from the Walter C Parson League Cup by their lower division opponents. Town had taken the lead twenty minutes into the second half when when good interplay between Ed Timmins and Rob Wearne led to the latter sweeping home a shot from 22 yards.

Town though gave away a penalty through an unnecessary challenge and St. Dennis took full advantage through Rickard.  The home side were reduced to ten men in extra-time when Wearne was injured and all subs had been used.