SEVERAL years ago a comparison between Trevor Mewton and Dave Wadd, two of Falmouth Town's most successful modern day managers, was featured in a matchday programme

Trevor managed Town from 1989 to 1994, taking over from Wadd, who had managed them for the previous six years.

During that five-season spell, Mewton guided Town to two South-Western League titles, which included a league and cup double in 1991/92.

He also won the SWL Cup in 1990/91, as well as reaching two Senior Cup finals and another SWL Cup final.

In 1994, they also had an extended run in the FA Vase, eventually bowing out in the fourth round.

He managed them for a total of 218 matches, winning 140 and losing just 42.

His final match as manager of Town was on May 11, 1994, a 3-0 win at Millbrook.

Ray Nicholls, who passed away in January this year, became the new manager at Bickland Park and Trevor was appointed as manager of Porthleven.

Wadd won the South-Western League three times, having won the Combination League with them in his first season after they withdrew from the Western League in 1983.

He also won won SWL Cup to complete the double in 1986 and reached two more SWL Cup finals, as well as the quarter-finals of the FA VAse in 1987.

Wadd's final match was on September 23 1989, a 2-1 home defeat to Truro City in the SWL Cup. Mewton took charge three weeks later, ironically also against Truro, which ended in a 3-1 win.