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PERSIMMON HOMES SUPPORTS FALMOUTH TOWN

PERSIMMON HOMES SUPPORTS FALMOUTH TOWN

Falmouth Town would like to thank Persimmon Homes for their sponsorship of our club. Sales Director Jane Cartwright presented a cheque for £3,000 to Club Director Malcolm Newland, in the presence of the Falmouth Mayor Cllr Alan Rowe and Deputy Mayor Cllr Louise Coley at Bickland Park today.

From L to R: Jane Cartwright – Sales Director Persimmon Homes, Cllr Alan Rowe – Mayor, Cllr Louise Coley – Deputy Mayor and Malcolm Newland – Club Director.
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CORNISH SIGNS FOR FALMOUTH TOWN

CORNISH SIGNS FOR FALMOUTH TOWN

Falmouth Town are pleased to confirm the signing of forward Kai Cornish.

Cornish, joins from local rivals Helston Athletic, having just won the Western League title with the blues and gaining promotion along with Falmouth Town to the Southern League.

Kai Cornish becomes our first signing of the season.

“The club has a great history and it’s got a great fan base, having played against them quite a few times in big occasions over the last few seasons it’s exciting to have their support for the season.” Cornish told falmouthtownafc.co.uk

“When I spoke to Westy, I felt this was the right place for me to develop my game and help the team achieve its goals”

“As a winger, I think I can bring a lot of pace and creativity to the team. I love taking on defenders and creating opportunities. I’m also committed to tracking back and helping out defensively, so I aim to contribute on both ends of the pitch”

“I hope to help the team establish ourselves in the Southern League and to hopefully lift some silverware in the process”

“Kai is a player I have tracked and admired for a number of years and shown interest in but for what ever reason a move has never materialised”, first-team manager Andrew Westgarth said. “He fits the profile perfectly for us. A local lad, great age, an eye for goal. Hopefully he can continue where he left off at Helston and be a real success at Falmouth Town”

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JACOB GRANGE LEAVES FALMOUTH TOWN

JACOB GRANGE LEAVES FALMOUTH TOWN

Midfielder Jacob Grange has decided to leave the club. Jacob joined Falmouth Town in 2023 from Truro City Reserves. During his time with Falmouth Town, he made forty-one appearances, scored seven goals and helped us win the Cornwall Senior Cup and promotion to the Southern League. We would like to thank Jacob for his efforts and wish him well for the future.

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FALMOUTH TOWN – PRE SEASON FRIENDLIES

FALMOUTH TOWN – PRE SEASON FRIENDLIES

Falmouth Town have an exciting programme of pre season friendlies in July. We are away to Penzance AFC, Liskeard Athletic and Torpoint Athletic. We also have two home games, one against Okehampton Argyle and Briton Ferry Llansawel AFC who were promoted to the Cymru Premier League at the end of last season. Click here to see all the details.

THE RAPPO & DEACS – AWARDS SPECIAL

THE RAPPO & DEACS – AWARDS SPECIAL

Listen to the Rappo & Deacs – Awards Special podcast and hear who the winners are. Falmouth Town are proud that Bickland Park won the award for the ‘Best Looking Ground’. Big congratulations go to our very own Andrew Westgarth who was awarded ‘Manager of the Season’. Well done to all the nominees and winners.

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FALMOUTH TOWN – END OF SEASON AWARDS

FALMOUTH TOWN – END OF SEASON AWARDS

Following the end of season annual dinner and awards night at The Falmouth Hotel, the following players were named the winners:

WESTERN LEAGUE TEAM:

Oscar Massey – Top Scorer of the Season

Morgan Coxhead – Young Player of the Year

James Ward – Supporters’ Player of the Season

Luke Barner – Clubman of the Season

Andreas Calleja-Stayne – Manager’s Player of the Season

Bradley Levers – Players’ Player of the Season

ST PIRAN LEAGUE TEAM:

Charlie Edney – Top Goal Scorer of the Season

Max Everall – Young Player of the Season

Scott Yendle – Manager’s Player of the Season

Kian Thomas – Players’ Player of the Season

Andy Miles – Clubman of the Season

FALMOUTH TOWN – CLUB STATEMENT

FALMOUTH TOWN – CLUB STATEMENT

Falmouth Town regret to announce that Graham Medlin has stood down from his role as Chairman of the football club.

He left his position after the clubs awards night held at Falmouth Hotel in May 2024.

Since 2005, Graham has held a number of positions, including Vice Chairman, Director and becoming Chairman of the club in 2013.

Under his leadership Falmouth Town has achieved remarkable milestones. Most notably promotion from SWPL to the Southern League and saving the club from financial trouble which nearly lead the club going out of business. His dedication to the club has been unwavering.

Graham will stay at the club as Director and complete all live projects on going at the club.

The club would like to thank Graham for his exceptional and dedicated service over many years.

The club are now actively seeking a new Chairman to guide us through the next exciting phase of our journey. Interested candidates who possess the vision and passion to lead Falmouth Town are encouraged to apply.

Applications to be sent to Malcolm Newland malcolm.newland53@gmail.com and/or Andrew Westgarth amwestgarth@hotmail.co.uk

FALMOUTH TOWN WEBSITE UPDATES

FALMOUTH TOWN WEBSITE UPDATES

The Falmouth Town website is being updated over the next few weeks in preparartion for the start of our Southern League campaign. We will keep the website working during this process, so don’t go away. The 2023/24 Western League season has been moved to the Club Records Menu or you can click here to go to the achive. We thank you for your patience while we undertake this work.

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FALMOUTH TOWN – THE GOLDEN YEARS

FALMOUTH TOWN – THE GOLDEN YEARS

With Falmouth Town moving up to the Southern League this year, after just two seasons in the Western League, we thought we’d take a look back to the 1970s, an era known Falmouth Town’s golden years. Between 1970 & 1978, Falmouth Town won a record eight league championships in a row, four South Western League titles – 1970/71, 1971/72, 1972/73, 1973/74 and four Western League titles – 1974/75, 1975/76, 1976/77, 1977/78. Add to that various cups and you can see why it has been remembered as the golden years.

A look at “The Golden Years” with Donald & Jeff Chambers by Will Hedgecock.

And so here we are, fifty years on, and we are looking forward to a new Golden Age. We hope you will come along to Bickland Park, or to some of our away games and support us. Who knows, you might well look back at this time and say; “I was there, I was part of the journey.”

All roads lead to Bickland Park!