Falmouth Town will be desperate to reach a cup semi-final on Saturday after their recent disappointment in the Senior Cup at St Austell, writes Matt Dixon. They entertain Torpoint Athletic in the Walter C Parson League Cup, in a match that could “keep our season alive” according to boss Andrew Westgarth. “We have 17 league games to play and potentially 20 if we reach the final, so to keep going in the cup will definitely keep the players hungry,” he said.
IF anyone spots a middle-aged wizard walking around Trago Mills in Falmouth today, do not be surprised. Comedian, wildlife expert and musical maestro Bill Bailey said he would last night, so there. The mercurial, bearded Bath-born funny man was in the third of his four-show run of his Larks In Transit tour at the Hall for Cornwall and Trago was almost as high on the agenda as it had been on the previous two nights.
Falmouth coach Chris Morgan looks ahead to tomorrow's crunch clash at Crediton. The Eagles have had an impressive turnaround in fortunes in recent weeks and will be looking for their fifth straight win in Western Counties on Saturday. That run has taken them into eighth spot, away from the relegation places that they occupied just before Christmas. However, Crediton, third from bottom, are only six points behind and defeat in Devon will leave Falmouth hovering just above the danger zone again.
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