Falmouth Town face another away trip to either Highworth Town or Great Wakering Rovers in the quarter final of the FA Vase.

Town defeated Jersey Bulls in the 5th round 3-0 on Saturday, thanks to goals from Jared Sims, Olly Walker and Cam Hutchinson.

Town have Wembley in their sights now. This game will take place on the weekend of Saturday March 9.

Winning clubs from this round will receive £4,125 and losing clubs receive £1,350.

Town will know for certain who they will play when Highworth face Great Wakering Rovers this Saturday, February 17.

The Falmouth boys' trip to their last match on Saturday was by plane rather than bus, after they were drawn away to the Jersey Bulls. 

They were not without the backing of the ever-supportive F-Troop, however, who raised more than £4,000 to charter a private plane.

This saw 70 of Town's F-Troop supporters flying from Newquay to Jersey on Saturday morning, while still more made their own way there.

The team themselves flew from Exeter for the 2.30pm kick-off. 

It was a packed Springfield Stadium in Jersey that witnessed Falmouth's win against the home side in a match full of drama, with three goals, a penalty and a red card.

The first goal came in the 18th minute thanks to a penalty taken by Falmouth's Jared Sims - the result of a controversial decision from referee Constantine A. Hatzidakis over a save by Jersey goalkeeper Pierce Roche.

Such were the protestations that Jersey Bull's assistant manager Kevan Nelson ended up getting a red card from Hatzidakis. 

The Bulls' Jonny Le Quesne then scored an own goal in the 57th minute to add to Falmouth's lead, with Cameron Hutchison securing Town's hatrick in the 85th minute. 

Attendance on the day was 1,346. 

Despite the trip, the away game may have worked in Falmouth's favour, with many of the weekend's matches back in Cornwall being called off due to wet weather and water-logged pitches.