FALMOUTH Town and Penzance will make the fourth attempt to play their Cornwall Charity Cup quarter-final tomorrow night.

Tonight’s game at the Magpies’ Penlee Park, which kicks off at 7.30pm, is the fourth time the tie has been scheduled, with previous attempts at Bickland Park in November and December and at Penzance earlier this month being curtailed by the rain.

Should tonight’s game be postponed for a fourth time, it will be reversed back to Falmouth.

Town are yet to play Penzance this season after their league game was also postponed, meaning the last time the teams met in a competitive fixture was in a 5-1 victory for Town in their Cornwall Senior Cup third round tie in January 2018.

Jordan Annear and Marcello Jones scored two goals apiece for Town, with James Ward opening the scoring.

Penzance have not won since a 9-3 win over St Dennis in the previous round – in which Anton Oliver, Andreas Calleja-Stayne and Jacob Cleverly all scored hat-tricks – losing nine and drawing two of their 11 games since then.

The Magpies have lost their last six games without scoring a goal, while Town have won five of their last six games.

The winners of tonight’s tie will face Saltash United in the semi-finals on Wednesday, April 1 at a neutral venue.

The other tie is between Newquay and Helston Athletic on Tuesday, March 31.

  • Follow live text coverage of Wednesday's tie on the Packet website from 7pm.