Just two goals seperate the two top scorers in the South West Peninsula League Premier West as the season nears it's conclusion.

Falmouth's Jack Bray-Evans and St Blazey's Liam Eddy are first and second in the tally for the Golden Boot which is an award is given to the player who scores the most goals in a season.

Town's Jack Bray-Evans still leads the way at the top of the goal-scoring charts with 31 strikes to his name after scoring a penalty against his former side Newquay AFC in a 3-2 win last weekend.

However, he, and his side drew a blank in midweek as they played out a 0-0 to Liskeard Athletic on Tuesday evening. 

While Falmouth's number nine failed to add to his tally, his closest rival Liam Eddy reduced the deficit between the two forwards by scoring the second goal in St Blazey's 2-2 draw with Camelford AFC on Wednesday night.

Eddy now sits at 29 goals for the season as the two talismen prepare for their last game of the league season on the weekend. 

Blazey are once again against Camelford but this time at Blaise Park, meanwhile Town face sixth-placed Dobwalls at Bickland Park. 

Blazey are also in the final of the Walter C Parson League Cup on May 7 against Torpoint Athletic. Goals from this cup are included in the tally so Eddy has a game extra on Bray-Evans to potentially surpass the Falmouth man.

The East vs West Championship Bowl which will be played between Torpoint Athletic and Falmouth Town on Saturday, May 14 does not count towards the goal scoring charts.

The top three is made up of another Falmouth face in Luke Brabyn. The forward has 26 goals in the league but hasn't found the back of the net since a strike in a 3-1 over Sticker on March 26.

Town will be celebrating regardless of the result on Saturday as they will finally be able to lift the South West Peninsula League Premier West title after the match. As a token of generosity to the fans Town will be reducing the cost of entry to £3 for an adult ticket on the day.