Falmouth Town FC's 3-0 away win over Launceston last time out saw the club create a new club record for league wins in a row.

Strikes from Jack Bray-Evans, Luke Brabyn and the returning Olly Walker guided Town to a vital three points which was also the sides 22nd consecutive league victory, the most ever in Town's history.

The winning run has coincided with Falmouth dominating the South West Peninsula League in the 21/22 season. So far this campaign they sit comfortably top of the league with a maximum points return of 51 points from their 17 games so far.

Scoring 72 goals in the process and conceding just 17. To put that into perspective, on average Falmouth scoreΒ 4.2 goals per game, conceding just 1.

Their blistering beginning has seen them open up a 14 point gap at the top of table ahead of second-placed Camelford, who Town defeated 4-2 in November.

The streak of wins stretches back to October 2020, with a 7-0 smashing ofΒ eventual bottom-placed Godolphin Atlantic at Bickland Park in a season that was disrupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Speaking on the achievement Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth said: "I am very proud it is a great record, I think it shows the great level of consistency that we have had. We haven't won anything. We aren't to be compared to that great 70's side because that will never be done again what they achieved.

"I think more importantly for us it shows the consistency that we have had over the last couple of seasons and shows we are doing things the right way." The Manager added.

A number of new signings both in pre season and during the campaign has resulted in considerable strength in depth for Town and Westgarth believes it is that balance of experienced players and new additions that has resulted in successes on the pitch so far this season, he said: "It is no coincidence that we are doing well due to the strength of the squad.

"The most pleasing thing is we have a good blend of lads who have been here for a very long time and we have now got players who we have brought into the squad who are making a real difference.

"If you look at Jack Bray-Evans, what an impact he has made. Andreas (Calleja-Stayne) Alex Wharton, Ade Thompson, Harry Clarke when he was with us he has unfortunately gone now, but they all made big impacts on the squad and that has been the most pleasing thing the blend of new and old." The Town Manager added.

Town's next match is on Boxing Day where they host local rivals Penryn Athletic at Bickland Park.

Kick off is at 11am, and with a bumper crowd expected fans are advised to arrive early to avoid congestion and get an opportunity to see singer Joe Grimshaw's performance of Nessum Dorma on the centre spot at around 10:45.

200 black and amber flags (the colours of Falmouth Town) have been ordered to make the stands and full of colour and even Santa is planning to hop in on the day, handing out gifts and sweets to the young supporters.