Falmouth Town will now face a minimum of 18 games in the final two months of the season following postponements of matches against Dobwalls and St Blazey in the last few days.

Town’s trip to Dobwalls in the South West Peninsula League Premier West on Saturday was postponed, but with no spare Saturdays and midweek dates unavailable as Lantoom Park has no floodlights, the game has been moved to Sunday, April 5 at 2pm.

That would have been just 21 hours after the end of their game at Liskeard Athletic on the previous day, but that match has now been moved to the Friday night before on the request of Town boss Andrew Westgarth.

Town’s Walter C Parson League Cup tie at home to St Blazey, due to be played last night, was postponed yesterday morning.

That tie has been moved to Wednesday, March 11, which has moved that night’s game between Town and Saltash United at Kimberley Stadium to Wednesday, April 8, meaning Town now have ten games in April.

It also means that Town still have a minimum of 18 games, which could rise to 21 depending on cup performances, left to play in the final two months of the season.

The only team with more games left to play is Saltash, who, incidentally, Town will now face three times inside 11 days, with their home league and Cornwall Charity Cup semi-final fixtures taking place on March 28 and April 1.

The semi-final will be the first of ten games in April for Town, who will also face Liskeard, Dobwalls, Saltash, Wendron, Mousehole, Godolphin, Porthleven, Launceston and Callington by April 25.