Falmouth Town has held its annual End of Season Awards Night at the Falmouth Hotel.

The event was a chance to look back on arguably the most successful season ever for the club.

It was a year that has seen Town promoted from the Western League to the Southern League Division South 1, after a successful campaign that saw them come second in the league – Helston Athletic just pipping them to the top spot right at the close of the season.

Also becoming FA Vase quarter-finalists, Town managed to achieve the perfect finale to an eventful season by taking home the Cornwall Senior Cup last month, after twice coming from behind to beat South West Peninsula West champions St Austell.

It was a fitting end for Town in the Senior Cup – in which this year’s final was their third in five years – as they will no longer be eligible for this competition now they have achieved promotion.

There was also a strong end to the season for the club’s St Piran League team, who finished on a high with a 7-1 win against Porthleven in the final match of the season.

Town would not have been able to achieve such success without the dedication of their players, however, and this was recognised in a series of cups and trophy presentations.

These were presented to:

Players’ Player of the Season, Western League: Bradley Leivers

Manager’s Player of the Year, Western League: Andreas Calleja-Styne

Top Goal Scorer of the Season, Western League: Oscar Massey

Club man of the season, Western League: Luke Barner

Supporters’ Player of the Season, Western League: James Ward

Young Player of the Season, Western League: Morgan Coxhead

Top Goal Scorer of the Season, St Piran League: Charlie Edney

Players’ Player of the Year, St Piran League: Kian Thomas

Young Player of the Season, St Piran League: Max Everall

Club man of the Season, St Piran League: Andy Miles

Manager’s Player of the Season, St Piran League: Scott Yendle

The club said on its website: “It only remains to thank the players and staff, the volunteers, the F-Troop and the supporters - all who have played their part and without whom, none of this would have happened.

“So we now look forward to the 2024/25 season in the Southern Football League, new challenges, new adventures and new stories to write.

“We’re Falmouth Town and we’re never going to stop!”