Three first half goals from Falmouth Town were enough to see them record their second successive victory in the South West Peninsula League against Penzance. 

Town dominated the opening stages and could have taken the lead in the 12th minute when Oli Walker tricked his way around the defence but his cheeky dinked shot hit the outside of the post. 
They didn’t have to wait long for the opener which came from the penalty spot in the 14th minute after a Penzance defender was adjudged to have handled the ball. 
Luke Brabyn confidently stepped up and powered an effort into the right corner sending the goalie the wrong way. 
Town doubled their lead in the 28th minute when Tim Nixon notched his third goal of the season. A throw in down the right was kept alive by an intelligent back heel from Brabyn which fell to Nixon. 
The tricky winger fired a low shot which took a kick off a defender before finding the back of the net. 
Town were full of charisma and looked like they’d score every time they attacked. Brabyn completed the scoring two minutes later when he was played in behind. The striker had the composure to fake shot past his man before picking out the far corner with a calm finish. 
Like their victory against Wendron last Friday, Town took their foot off the gas a little in the second half but continued to dominate without finding the back of the net. 
The closest they came to scoring was on the hour mark when Walker was denied by the woodwork for the second time in the game. Annear broke free down the left and pulled the ball back to Walker who’s first time left footed striker flicked off the top of the bar. 
Falmouth had a penalty shout waved away in the 70th minute. Substitute Alex Wharton collected the ball on the left and went to  ground in the area, but the referee thought there wasn’t enough in the challenge to warrant a penalty. 
Town had to finish the game with ten men. Having made all their substitutions Tom Annear went down injured off the ball in the 83rd and was unable to continue. Manager Andrew Westgarth later revealed the full back had a groin issue, but they were unsure yet as to the extent of the injury.
The home side were able to see out the remaining minutes to collect all three points and maintain a clean sheet. Goalkeeper Ryan Barnes was forced into a late reflex save to deny Max Everard a consolation goal for Penzance. 
Packet Man of the Match: Oli Walker - despite not scoring the winger caused endless problems throughout the game for the Penzance side. On another day he would have come away with a brace. 

Speaking after the game Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth said: "It was a little bit of deja-vu from the Wendron game. Winning at half time quite comfortably and then unfortunately in the second half we couldn't quite find that goal or that extra gear to take us to the next level.

"They had a couple of key moments but we dealt with it and thats what defenders are there to do, Wadey (Penzance striker Wade Brown) had a couple of half chances but apart from that, I thought we were solid. You have to praise the back four two clean sheets in a row, three if you count the last preseason game.

"We used the squad well tonight gave everyone some minutes we know on Saturday we have a few unavailable. It highlights why we need a squad. I thought Oli Walker tonight making his first start was excellent, he looked so sharp all that was missing from him was a goal.

"No disrespect but these are the two games we wanted to win, Saturday will be a real test for us, how we cope away from home against a decent Callington side."

Falmouth Town: Ryan Barnes, Ade Thompson, Tom Annear, Scott Kellow, Toby Clark, James Ward, Oli Walker, Andreas Calleja-Stayne, Luke Braybn, David Broglino, Tim Nixon. 
Subs used: Alex Wharton, Luke Bowyer, Kirk Davies. 

Penzance AFC:  M. Flores,J. Turner, C. McCabe, S.Grant, A. Turner, M.Kewn, J.Cleverly, G.Bell, D.Richards, W. Brown, K. Snowden.