Falmouth Town 2, Launceston 2

The two sides who claimed the Jewson SWL league and cup trophies provided the finale to the 1994-95 campaign at Bickland Park on Sunday.

Although at times the football was not quite what might have been expected from two of the top sides, there was still enough excitement to retain supporters' interest until the final minute.

Town took the lead three minutes before half-time when Andy Street tucked the ball home, only for Launceston to equalise in injury time when Geoff Battams fired in from the penalty spot.

A sweet move saw Launceston edge in front on 70 minutes, with Phil Lock and Graeme McMillan combining for Gerry Westlake to score.

But Town snatched an unlikely equaliser five minutes from time when Nigel Rowe's shot thundered off the crossbar and into the net off a surprised Andy Waddell.

Falmouth gain ample revenge

FALMOUTH made amends for their disappointing defeat by Troon when they visited Wheal Eliza and defeated St Austell by four wickets to avenge their recent Abbot Ale reverse at Trescobeas.

St Austell lost their first two wickets for 19, including that of Cornwall batsman Ed Nicolson, for 11. Only his opening partner, Nigel Dennis, formerly of Werrington, offered a challenge before falling to David Toseland for a fine knock of 46.

After his dismissal there was little further resistance and St Austell were all out for 109.

David Angove took 4-30, David Neville 2-31 and David Toseland 2-18.

Sean Turner pulled a muscle when bowling and had to retire after taking 1-20.

Falmouth also made a poor start, losing Steve Williams and Paul Stephens with only 20 on the board.

Sean Hooper played a real captain's innings of 50 to share a third wicket partnership of 79 with Keith Meneer (41 not out).

Jonathan Nesbitt was caught behind first ball, but RAF player Mark Render, making a welcome return, scoring 10 not out to take Falmouth to victory at 110-4.