FALMOUTH produced their second clean sheet in three days as they won a scrappy affair at Newquay last night.

Jordan Annear, who scored in his sixth consecutive game, produced the winner with a second half header from a David Broglino corner at Mount Wise.

The home side's frustration boiled over as they had two men dismissed, one of whom was former Town striker Glenn Squires. Town move back into the top six in the table.

It was a scrappy first half in which the passing from both sides lacked quality, but Falmouth were much improved after the break and might have scored again through Luke Brabyn but for a brilliant clearance off the line by former Town defender Tom Whipp.

Bodmin were 3-0 winners at St Austell, who host Falmouth in the Walter C Parson Cup on Saturday.

Town won 2-0 at home to Torpoint on Saturday, with a first goal for Luke Brabyn and another for Annear, who had missed the previous five matches.

Boss Andy Westgarth said that restoring Annear to the starting line-up was an easy decision to make after his team had drawn blanks in their two previous games.

"He brings something different to our front line because of his pace. We've definitely missed him."

Falmouth should have a full squad available for the trip to St Austell in the second round of the Walter C Parson League Cup on Saturday.

"The first two rounds of the competition are regionalised and we could hardly have had a more difficult two games - against Helston first and now at St Austell."

Westgarth has not won a single point as manager in four league meetings with the Lilywhites, who have several former Town players among their number including Rob Wearne, Dan Richardson, who were in Falmouth colours last season.

Falmouth team (vs Newquay): R Barnes, D Blizzard (A Frier HT), H Clarke (O Moody 80m), J Cooper, J Ward, R Martt, D Broglino, L Brabyn, O Walker, J Annear, M Jones (J Webber 75m). Sub not used: T Annear