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Dave Deacon

NLS fixtures for Saturday April 29th 2017

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Please feel free to post your result, goalscorers and post-match comments

Bath City        2-1       Welling United           

Bishop's Stortford       4-0          Truro City       

East Thurrock United     1-1          Wealdstone    

Eastbourne Borough     3-2          St Albans City

Ebbsfleet United         1-0          Oxford City

Gosport Borough         2-3          Whitehawk

Hampton and Richmond   1-0          Concord Rangers

Hemel Hempstead Town        0-5        Weston-super-Mare

Hungerford Town    1-1          Chelmsford City

Margate       0-3          Maidenhead United

Poole Town   2-3          Dartford

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Bishop's Stortford have not scored for 944 minutes, 10 and 1/2 games

or a 15 and 3/4 hour slump, with the odds for a  5-0 TRURO win at 66/1

I couldn't resist a tickle.

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Typical end of season display in a meaningless fixture. Terrific turnout from the loyal City fans though. Tisa Player of the Season was awarded to Andrew Neale after the game and richly deserved. Essential we hang on to him for next season although there are several who will definately need to be replaced if we are to compete at this level again. Have a good summer and see you all next season. Finally keep buying the Sunday Independent and help keep Truro City Cornwall's premier club, as they say every little helps. See you back at Treyew Road next season Cheers and gone.

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Truro City's support deserve better since the last away league win on 19th NOVEMBER 2016 the team have played 11 games away LOSING ALL OF THEM, scored just 9 goals conceding 38 (33 points down the drain). 

The overall record is not much better last 22 games they have won 5 drawn 1 lost 16 just 16 points from the 66 on offer. 

Yesterday after conceding 4 goals in 30 minutes to a team who failed to score in the league from their previous 953 minutes City's supporters were still chanting their support, in the bar afterwards that support were still planning to meet up NEXT SEASON. 

Now is the time for the club management to re-unite with their own supporters and end their alleged love affair with Torquay United, issue the players with passports so they can cross the halfway line.

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