Falmouth Town have completed the transfer of Truro City Reserves Captain Kayden Gordon-Dunn.

The former White Tiger joins a Town side who are preparing for their first season back in the Western League since the 1982/83 season.

The 18 year-old defender, who can play at right or centre back, made 31 appearances for Truro's Reserves in the league last season scoring two goals as the youngsters finished fourth in the St Piran League West division.

Commenting on the signing Falmouth Town First Team Manager Andrew Westgarth said: "He is a great fit for us. I watched him a couple times before the end of the season, I watched him in the St Piran League Cup Final. He stood out with his leadership skills. Being a captain at such a young age, I know they have a young side anyway but he ticked a lot of boxes. He's a physical presence back there. He is hungry, you can see that he really wants it.

"I watched him in the St Piran 11 match against the Navy, he played 45 minutes in that. He looked a presence, was good on the ball. Hopefully he will be a great addition for us."

On the transfer front Westgarth said that Town will be boosted by a player returning for good from studies away, but was also tight-lipped on any further additions to his side, he said:"I think one of our strengths is our squad, we have got a really good squad. Jack Webber is home from university, that will feel like a brand new signing. We have irons in the fire but nothing to write home about at the minute."

Town's pre season begins on Saturday, July 2 when they play newly promoted Southern League outfit Tavistock. Gordon-Dunn will have the opportunity to play his former outfit's first team when Falmouth host Truro City in the annual Aubrey Wilkes trophy fixture in their first home pre season game on Saturday, July 9. Kick off in that match is at 3pm.