FALMOUTH Town's talisman Jack Bray-Evans has departed Bickland Park to join Western League rivals Mousehole.

Bray-Evans, who made the move to Falmouth from Newquay in October 2021 played a pivotal role in Town's charge to the treble last season which saw them lift the South West Peninsula League, the Cornwall Senior Cup and the Champions Bowl.

In the league, he found the net 34 times in a hugely successful campaign that saw him become a fan favourite amongst the terraces at Bickland Park as Town earned promotion to the Western League.

This campaign hasn't been quite as fruitful for the number nine though who has only got five league goals to his name for Andrew Westgarth's side, although he spent much of the early months on the sidelines with a muscle injury.

His last goal for Falmouth came in their 2-1 home win over Ashton and Backwell United when he and young forward Charlie Edney fired Town to a vital three points.

He makes the move west to Jake Ash's Seagulls who are once again flying at the upper echelons of the division. The former Truro City man, now at the helm of the Trungle Park side, guided Mousehole to a third-place finish last campaign and his side are widely considered to perform well again this season.

The transfer leaves Town with just the two recognised out-and-out strikers in the form of Luke Brabyn and the aforementioned Edney.