Falmouth Town will make a return to national competition on Saturday when they host Western League Premier club Clevedon Town in the FA Vase (ko. 3pm).

Clevedon beat SWPL Division 1 West club Crediton United 3-0 on September 1 to set up the Second Qualifying Round tie at Bickland Park on Saturday, with a place in the First Round Proper at stake.

Town's last match in the competition was a 1-0 defeat at home to Newquay back in 2015.

Town boss Andrew Westgarth said: "We’ve had a two or three year gap [from the Vase] and the boys are looking forward to it.

"Clevedon are a decent side and when the draw came out we wanted to get a side out of the Peninsula League."

Clevedon currently sit in seventh spot in the Western League Premier – one division above Falmouth – with 12 points from four games, an identical record to last season's SWPL Premier champions Plymouth Parkway.

Westgarth has made no secret of his love of cup competitions in the past, with his side winning the Walter C Parson Cup last season alongside an appearance in the last eight of the Cornwall Senior Cup.

Town go into Saturday's tie off the back of a 4-3 SWPL Premier defeat at Saltash United on Saturday, despite going 2-0 up inside seven minutes.

Westgarth said: "It was disappointing, it was a bit of a strange game and the scoreline flattered us really. I thought they [Saltash] deserved the three points."

Westgarth also confirmed that young winger Olly Walker has joined Newquay.