JACK Bowyer scored four goals as Falmouth Town came from behind to defeat Dobwalls at Bickland Park.

Kelvin Fyneboy gave the visitors the lead early on before Bowyer scored his first to send the teams in level.

Sam Cooper restored Dobwalls' lead with a penalty before Bowyer netted twice to turn the game on its head.

Martyn Duff doubled the lead minutes later with Bowyer then earning his fourth to seemingly put the game out of sight.

But Paul Gregescu-Adams' finish and Fyneboy's second gave the visitors a sniff of a sensational comeback in the dying minutes, although Town held out to claim a vital three points.

Fyneboy opened the scoring after just four minutes when he pounced on a rare mistake by captain Joe Cooper and fired into the far side of the goal.

Town looked livelier after going behind with Luke Barner and Olly Walker both getting in behind the defence, while Jack Bowyer was denied by a well-timed tackle after racing clear on goal.

The pressure paid off in tbe 21st minute when Luke Barner nicked the ball off a defender and raced clear, with his cross being turned in by Bowyer from six yards.

Barner and Bowyer were becoming a real handful for the visitors in the latter stages of the first half, with Barner's mazy run eventually being cleared for a corner before Bowyer twice raced in on goal, forcing a good save from Toby Chapman with one effort.

But Dobwalls were back in front a couple of minutes after the break when Kevin McKillon's shot was blocked by a Falmouth arm, with Sam Cooper expertly firing in from the spot.

Town were soon level as Bowyer kickstarted a spell of six goals in the final 30 minutes on the hour by firing in from six yards following a brief scramble in the box after a corner.

Bowyer then sealed his hat-trick to give Town the lead with a scrappy goal with 22 minutes to play. The striker had three bites of the cherry from six yards; with the first two being saved before the third kissed the back of the net.

Town had their tails up and Duff doubled the hosts' lead almost instantly with a fine finish into the top corner from just inside the box.

The visitors added what was surely a consolation in the final minute of the 90 when substitute Paul Grefescu-Adams' shot struck Ryan Barnes and trickled over his line.

But Fyneboy gave Dobwalls hope of an unbelievable comeback when he smashed a shot past Barnes in the second minute of injury time, but Town survived the final couple of minutes to seal victory.

Falmouth: R Barnes, J Webber, O Moody, R Chinn, J Cooper, R Talbot, L Barner, M Duff, J Bowyer (A Westgarth 89) L Brabyn, O Walker (T Nixon 79). Subs (unused): R Pope, C Davis, J Miller.

Dobwalls: T Chapman, B Westlake, M Hughes, N Lane, S Cooper, D O'Brien, K McKillon, R Howe, K Fyneboy, R Spear, H Baugh. Subs: P Gregescu-Adams, J Skillcorn.