Following on from Helston Athletic’s champion winning campaign and Falmouth Town’s promotion season, the two Cornish rivals will join established foe Mousehole in the Southern League.

This means three Cornish clubs will compete in the Southern League for the 2024/2025 season, the most in the league's history.

The Ambers experienced a fantastic season under Andrew Westgarth, securing promotion from second place, beating Clevedon and Barnstaple in the play-offs.

On the final game of the season, Town ended up winning the Cornwall Senior Cup in dramatic style via a Luke Barner late winner against St Austell.

Town also had a good run in the FA Vase that saw Falmouth reach the quarter final. Unfortunately, they were knocked out by Great Wakering Rovers 2-0, but it sure gave the F-Troop something to dream about.

This incredible campaign was spearheaded by Oscar Massey, who was signed of Barnstable and Rubin Wilson, taken of bitter rivals Helston Athletic.

Both these signings came around November/December time, mid-way through Town’s campaign and really bolstered them on to clinching promotion.

Massey soon became a fan favourite among the loyal F-Troop, demonstrating technical ability and a wonderful eye for goal.

Massey ended the season on 28 goals in 28 games for Town. This goal tally left him third top scorer in the Toolstation Western League - remarkable when you consider he joined at the halfway point.

Looking on to next season now, and Town will understand that their new league will provide a real challenge for not only the team but also the club.

The squad will have to travel on average 140 miles per game next season.

Town faced Frome Town (a team already in the Southern League last season) early on during the last campaign in the FA Cup. Town lost 6-2 and Frome later got promoted to the Southern League Premier, but this result is a sign of the challenge that will be presented.

There's no doubt that Morgan Coxhead and his back four will prove crucial in Town’s chances of success next season. Morgan, who took over as goalkeeper last season, has had a exceptional breakout season for the Ambers, matching the record clean sheets in a season of 25.

Club captain James Ward also had a fantastic season. He demonstrated great leadership and responsibility throughout the campaign, keeping the defence solid along with his centre back partner Tom Annear, who scored many a spectacular free kick last season.

One thing for sure is that Andrew Westgarth and his team, the players and the mighty F-Troop will be giving it their all to continue Falmouth Town’s success into the Southern League and beyond.