FALMOUTH Town will visit fellow South West Peninsula League Premier West side Dobwalls in the fourth round of the Cornwall Senior Cup.

The tie will be played at Lantoom Park on Saturday, January 4.

Dobwalls enjoyed a 7-4 win at home to Perranporth in the previous round 18 days ago, with reigning champions Falmouth beginning the defence of their title with a 3-2 win at home to local rivals Helston Athletic seven days later.

Town fell behind to an early Olly Brokenshire strike but a hat-trick from David Broglino, including two penalties, sent Andrew Westgarth's side towards the fourth round, despite Brokenshire adding another from the spot late on.

Falmouth lifted the Cornwall Senior Cup for the first time in 22 years on Easter Monday earlier this year, coming from a goal down to defeat Saltash United 2-1 in the final at Bodmin Town's Priory Park.

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Dobwalls sit 13th in the SWPL Premier West in their debut season in the division with five wins and 19 points from 16 games.

Jack Bowyer scored four goals as Town won 5-4 in a remarkable game when the teams met in the league at Bickland Park at the start of September.

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

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.

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Last year's beaten finalists Saltash have been handed a trip to Camelford, while 14-time winners and current SWPL Premier West leaders St Austell will visit Mousehole.

East Cornwall Premier League side and lowest-ranked side left in the draw, St Cleer, will make the trip to St Blazey, while Combination League club Pendeen Rovers will host Wadebridge Town of the SWPL Premier West.

Fourth round draw in full:

Liskeard Athletic v St Ives Town

Pendeen Rovers v Wadebridge Town

St Blazey v St Cleer

Callington Town v Torpoint Athletic

St Day v Millbrook

Camelford v Saltash United

Mousehole v St Austell

Dobwalls v Falmouth Town