FALMOUTH Town have a busy week in the build-up to their Walter C Parson League Cup semi-final on Wednesday.

Following Saturday's 3-1 home win over Helston, they were due to travel to Tavistock last night before making another long trip to in-form Stoke Gabriel on Saturday.

"It's important for us that we take good results and performances into the cup game. We can't afford the luxury of rotating the squad because we need to keep winning," said boss Andrew Westgarth.

Their latest victory was a scrappy affair against their local rivals, with two late goals from Jordan Annear adding to the delightful first half free kick from David Broglino.

"There weren't many chances in the game but a moment of magic from Broggy came at a good time for us and we managed to see it through in the second half," he said.

Town would have been desperate to produce a good showing at Tavistock last night, after the defending champions hammered them 7-0 on the opening day of the season at Bickland Park.

Since then, Falmouth have only lost three more games in the league and the possibility of finishing as runners-up is becoming a very real one.

"The great thing for us is that we can be completely fearless. We have nothing to lose because no-one expected us to be in this position at the start of the season," he added.

The absent trio from Saturday, Ollie Walker, Jack Webber (both county youth) and Marcello Jones (suspended) were all due to return last night and there will be healthy competition for a starting berth in next week's cup showdown with Godolphin.

Mousehole, who are in three cup semi-finals, will play Tavistock for place in the final on Tuesday night at Newquay.