THE Jolly's Combination League season ended on a disappointing note for Falmouth Town when they were beaten 2-0 away to St Just.

It was one final opportunity for retiring managers Stuart Wilkes and Nick Seviour to avenge their Easter Sunday cup final defeat but it wasn't to be as the Saints celebrated picking up the trophy for finishing as league runners-up.

Town had an early chance to put pressure on the home side when they were awarded a penalty but the normally reliable Andy Miles thumped his spotkick against the crossbar.

Danny Rendle and Andy Withers both had half-chances for St Just but it wasn't until the 48th minute that the deadlock was broken when Rendle and Simon Lassalle produced the move that set up Neil Curnow to score from close range.

The home side doubled their lead seven minutes later when skipper Curnow hit a screamer from 20 yards that gave the 'keeper no chance.

However Town had their moments with their best efforts coming from Wilkes and Duncan Gillett.