On Friday May, 20 Falmouth Rugby Club hosted their end of year awards at the Falmouth Hotel.

Seven awards and three colours were handed out at the evening. Colours are given to any player who surpasses the 60 appearance mark for the club.

James Bunt received the Christine Baker Memorial Cup. The trophy, named after the club's former physio who sadly died in 2013 from cancer, is given to the person in reflection with their volunteer services to the club. James, over the past couple of years has played a vital part in the setup and development of the touch rugby club that Falmouth run.

Louise Casterson celebrated winning the Club Person award. Chairman John Bullock described her as the 'mother of the Falmouth rugby club family' for all the work she puts into the club as the clubhouse manager.

The Captains award was given to Tom Spiller. Incredibly, the back who is now 35 has played for Falmouth at every age level since the under six age group.

Try scoring talisman Nick Carne celebrated winning the Ivan Winn award, the trophy named after the former decade-long president, is given to the player who scores the most tries for Falmouth in a season. It is also the third time he has won the award. Carne scored eight tries in the 2021/22 season.

Chairman John Bullock also thanked the Falmouth Hotel for hosting the team and providing excellent food.

Spiller was up again to claim his second trophy of the night claiming the coveted Player's Player award meanwhile returning vice captain Jon Baglow was named Sportsman of the Year.

Colours were handed out to three players, Tom Vincent or 'galloping Tom' as he is known became the third member of his family to achieve the accolade after his father Dave and grandfather Derek did previously.

Tommy Job, who played just once this season to bring him up to 60 caps, received colours but he was ill on the night. Scott Dunstan was the last to receive colours.

The last award was for Touch Rugby Player of the Year was given to Shanti Duraikin. It is the first time the award has been given out and the eventual winner was said to have impressed and improved throughout the season which earned her a trial for South West Ladies.