Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth praised his sides clinical first half display as they defeated Wendron United 5-2 at Bickland Park on Friday evening. 

Town took the lead through Jack Bray-Evans in the fourth minute before Wendron equalised via a Toby Clark own goal only a minute later. Falmouth regained the upper hand on their next attack though with a fine strike from man of the match winner David Broglino. 

Further first half goals from Luke Brabyn and Luke Barner seemingly put the game beyond doubt but an early second half goal from Wendron's Joe Souch had the away side in with a small chance of getting back into the game.

But with nine minutes to go Broglino scored his second to seal the 5-2 victory which is Falmouth's 13th in the league this season, maintaining their 100% winning record.

Speaking to the Packet Westgarth said: "It was definitely a game of two halves, I thought in the first half we were excellent, we dominated the game, we scored really early. It was a frantic start but I still thought we played some great football. Some of the goals we scored were brilliant. We looked a real threat. 

"Then the second half was an awful game to watch, I thought we dominated the game, they hardly had anything no disrespected to them. I was really disappointed with the second half actually. There is a fine line between seeing the game out and being in control and I thought we were edging towards being sloppy. 

"The first four goals, four different scorers. Again it shows our strength. Jack Bray-Evans seems to love scoring in the first five minutes, Broggy (Broglino) scores a great goal from distance.

"Then Luke Brabyn sort of kills the game to make it three. The game is comfortable then Luke Barner gets in the box for the fourth.

"Like I said, really pleased with the first half, defensively we looked really good. I think Charlie Young will live to regret bantering the F-Troop no disrespect to him but he was pretty off it for the rest of the game and the fans let him know it. But overall if you asked me whether I would be happy with a 5-2 win at home, of course I would have but from our personal standards we could definitely be better." 

Falmouth gave a second half debut to new signing Tom Moxham who joined Town from Newquay AFC earlier in the week. Evaluating the left back's performance Westgarth said: "You can just tell he is a good player, he was composed on the ball, the way he wraps his foot around it to get it down the line.

"He is a great addition to the squad and I think you can see his quality. He got forward well and had a shot on target which lifted the crowd."

A minutes silence was impeccably observed by all before the game as well as a superb display of the Last Post by former player and bugler Paul Kneebone. 
"I thought it was a special night really" Westgarth said. "It was brilliant for Paul Kneebone to be here and play the Last Post before the game. A minutes silence for Roger Charlton and Duncan Powell ex Falmouth Town legends and Roger was close to a lot of people here. To witness that before the game was really special."

Earlier in the day Falmouth had been drawn away to Newquay in the Quarter Final of the Cornwall Senior Cup. Reacting to the draw Westgarth said: "It was a great draw. You couldn't have written it really after signing Jack (Bray-Evans) and Tom (Moxham) from them. I thought the draw was a good one all round.

"When you look at other counties, you look at the Devon Senior Cup they don't take it that seriously, they put weak sides out. If you look at Dorset they use it as an under 23s cup. But there is something magic about the Cornwall Senior Cup and everybody wants to win it for the bragging rights. I think there are still some good sides in there, you can look at every tie and go 'I can see that one being won either way'."

Falmouth's next game is away to Buckland Athletic in the FA Vase on Saturday October 20.