Truro City


SPEAKING after Tuesday’s Cornwall Council meeting, which saw Councillors vote to support the recommendation for £3m of financial support from the Council’s Economic Match Fund, a Stadium for Cornwall spokesperson said: “The stadium partners are delighted that Cornwall’s Councillors have come together to show their support for our vision to create a hub for Cornish …

TRURO City goalkeeper, Tom McHale, has been rewarded for his fine form this season by being called up into the England C squad to take on their counterparts from Ireland on Sunday, May 27th. England C boss, Paul Fairclough, has been impressed by the Cornish custodian’s reliable form throughout the campaign as he has played …

TRURO City are keeping their fingers crossed that Saturday will see their first home game in over a month as they look to maintain their challenge at the top of the Vanarama National League South table. The wet winter weather has put pay to their last two scheduled home matches, but manager, Lee Hodges, is …

TRURO City will hail Cody Cooke at Saturday’s home game against Havant & Waterlooville as the 24 year-old reaches 250 appearances for the club. It was a journey that started as a fresh-faced 17 year-old when he came on for his debut in August 2011, ironically against Saturday’s opponents. “That game seems like only yesterday,” …

Truro City where defeated on the road last night as Oxford City’s Matt Paterson scored a hatrick giving his side the three points. The White Tigers had a rough start to the game, as it was the home side who went ahead in the first 18 minutes as Oxlade-Chamberlain drove the ball towards the Truro …

Tonight Truro City will travel to Oxford City to play in the National League South. After the weekends result Truro City are hoping to put themselves into second place after dropping to fourth, after losing 2-1 to St. Albans City. Oxford City are down in 19th place but they have only lost 1 in their …

An American Football coach once said: “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” By that measure, Truro City’s trip to London to meet Charlton Athletic in the First Round of the Emirates FA Cup was a bust. But with the greatest respect to our transatlantic cousin, I don’t think he could be more wrong. A …

Truro City travelled to west London with the weight of history and the expectations of a county on their shoulders. White Tigers duly delivered. 48 years after the last Cornish club to reach the 1st Round Proper of the FA Cup, two second half goals from Noah Keats put Lee Hodges’ team into Monday’s draw, …