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Falmouth suffer narrow home defeat against Newquay
Twice Falmouth came from behind to equalise, and twice Newquay quickly restored their one goal advantage, in a game that ebbed and flowed.
Rob Wearne opened the scoring in the fourth minute after connecting with a cross from the left and directing his header past Falmouth keeper Danny Burrows.
But Town hit back in the 23rd minute when captain Tom Whipp completed a superb flowing move with a header that Peppermints keeper Tom Vercoe was powerless to stop drifting into the far corner.
Falmouth pressed hard for another, and with new assistant manager Gary Pascoe watching on from the touchline, they began to play the better football.
But some lax defending on the stroke of half time allowed Wearne to double his tally with a glancing header that wrong-footed Burrows.
After the break Falmouth began to control the game, eventually forcing an equaliser when a long ball over the top caught the Newquay back four flat-footed and Paul Cox had time and space to slide a shot past substitute keeper Sam Trudgian.
But barely a minute after the restart Carey's side landed the killer blow when another Falmouth old boy, Glenn Squires, bundled the ball over the line after Burrows had palmed out his initial effort.
Falmouth: Burrows, Webb, Cooper, Pope, Hall, Whipp, Richardson, Timmons, Cox, Westgarth, Jeffrey. Subs (not used): E Fearne, D Friend, C Symons, S Retchford, S Floyd-Norris.
Newquay: Vercoe (Trudgian 30), Howarth, Simcox, Dann, Rundle, Bray-Evans, Gibson, Dowling, Wearne, Squires (Middleton 91), McConie (Cole 79). Sub (not used): J Trott