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NLS - Saturday 11th November 2017

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Saturday 11th November 2017

Bath City

4

0

East Thurrock United

927

Bognor Regis Town

1

2

Hampton & Richmond Borough

749

Chelmsford City

1

2

Oxford City

977

Chippenham Town

3

3

St Albans City

570

Gloucester City

3

1

Whitehawk

261

Havant & Waterlooville

1

1

Hemel Hempstead Town

886

Poole Town

0

3

Braintree Town

470

Truro City

3

1

Dartford

541

Wealdstone

1

0

Hungerford Town

1021

Welling United

3

3

Concord Rangers

636

Weston-super-Mare

5

1

Eastbourne Borough

488

 

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Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

So glad you reminded everyone,that Truro have a League game tomorrow.

All people seem to be talking about is the F.A. Cup game v Charlton.

Well its gone.The team gave a good account of themselves ,and the fans had a great day.

But we lost 3-1 and are OUT.

So lets try and get a win tomorrow.

At one stage,TCFC were top of the League,defeat tomorrow and we will be 8pts off top spot and in mid-table.

Thats the F.A Cup for you.

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23 hours ago, somersetspur said:

,defeat tomorrow and we will be 8pts off top spot and in mid-table.

 

???????????????????????????????   Played really well today. Another good shift in by all.

man of the match... Cody Cooke, but could have been any of the 10 outfield players.

Not sure about the negativity? I'm just here sipping from the victory cup, which, by the way is HALF FULL

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It was a great win against the top of the table team. If they can keep going with performances like that then a finish in the top 4 could be a real possibility.

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Looking from the outside, the players seem to be playing as a team. Nobody on each other's back if mistakes are made.

If the ball is lost or given away, then 3 or 4 go looking to win it back. Back three keeping good shape and communication.

Midfield work tirelessly on and off the ball. Front two are a handful and make good runs. It maybe that the wheels do come off, but at this moment in time, credit to EVERYBODY involved. 

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Indeed a fine victory,which keeps us in the mix.

Good to see there is no F.A.Cup hangover.

The League is our bread and butter.

Have heard rumours,Cody Cooke and Tom McHale are attracting interest from higher clubs.

Would the Chairman sell them in January,if money was put on the table for them.?

Oh by the way,does anyone know who washed the kit.?

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Anyone expecting City to be suffering from a  FA Cup hangover would have been pleasantly suprised at a wet and windy Malpas Park sorry I meant Treyey Road yesterday afternoon. A 3 goal salvo scored in an early six minute spell (Tyler Harvey Cody Cooke 2, 1 pen) effecetively killed of a team who were currently leading the National League South, they did reply with a goal before half time but a resulute defensive display in the second half ensured the Darts journey back to the M25 would be a fruitless one. Back up to third place in the league with a game in hand this result will certainly leave the doom and gloom mongers having second thoughts. A nice little trip away to Hungerford next weekend, lets just hope we don't get murdered up there. Onwards and upwards :c:

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1 hour ago, somersetspur said:

 

Have heard rumours,Cody Cooke and Tom McHale are attracting interest from higher clubs.

Would the Chairman sell them in January,if money was put on the table for them.?

 

Does transfer money change hands at this level?  Really hope they stay, both are integral parts of the squad. 

You wouldn't blame either of them if they did challenge themselves higher. Especially Tom, who in my opinion hasn't been treated the best over the years.

How much higher do you think they could they go, and get a regular spot?

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1 hour ago, Mrgreen said:

Does transfer money change hands at this level?  Really hope they stay, both are integral parts of the squad. 

You wouldn't blame either of them if they did challenge themselves higher. Especially Tom, who in my opinion hasn't been treated the best over the years.

How much higher do you think they could they go, and get a regular spot?

Definetly,League Two.

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5 hours ago, Soccerkid said:

Got to disagree here , having only seen Truro once this season nobody in there team is good enough to play in the football league if they were surely they would be by now 

Do believe ,it would be better to see more than one game to make that assumption.

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League Table

Division Last Updated: 13:43, Monday 13th November 2017

  Overall Home Away  
  P W D L F A W D L F A W D L F A GD PTS
1 Braintree Town 17 10 4 3 37 22 5 2 1 17 7 5 2 2 20 15 +15 34
2 Dartford 17 9 4 4 35 18 6 1 1 21 6 3 3 3 14 12 +17 31
3 Truro City 16 9 3 4 31 20 5 2 2 19 11 4 1 2 12 9 +11 30
4 Welling United 18 8 6 4 30 21 4 2 3 17 12 4 4 1 13 9 +9 30
5 Hemel Hempstead Town 17 9 3 5 27 21 5 1 2 15 10 4 2 3 12 11 +6 30
6 Havant & Waterlooville 17 8 5 4 27 17 2 3 3 14 12 6 2 1 13 5 +10 29
7 St Albans City 18 8 5 5 28 22 5 2 2 16 11 3 3 3 12 11 +6 29
8 Hampton & Richmond Borough 18 7 8 3 23 17 4 4 1 11 7 3 4 2 12 10 +6 29
9 Chelmsford City 16 8 4 4 23 14 4 2 3 13 9 4 2 1 10 5 +9 28
10 Wealdstone 17 7 6 4 23 20 6 1 2 15 8 1 5 2 8 12 +3 27
11 East Thurrock United 17 6 7 4 32 31 2 3 3 14 13 4 4 1 18 18 +1 25
12 Bath City 18 7 4 7 25 26 3 3 3 13 12 4 1 4 12 14 -1 25
13 Weston-super-Mare 18 6 6 6 34 31 5 1 3 20 13 1 5 3 14 18 +3 24
14 Chippenham Town 18 6 5 7 30 31 4 4 1 18 11 2 1 6 12 20 -1 23
15 Eastbourne Borough 18 6 5 7 27 35 3 3 3 14 15 3 2 4 13 20 -8 23
16 Gloucester City 17 6 4 7 23 26 3 2 4 10 13 3 2 3 13 13 -3 22
17 Hungerford Town 18 5 4 9 20 26 2 2 5 11 13 3 2 4 9 13 -6 19
18 Poole Town 18 4 5 9 23 33 0 3 6 8 19 4 2 3 15 14 -10 17
19 Concord Rangers 18 2 8 8 17 27 2 4 3 8 10 0 4 5 9 17 -10 14
20 Oxford City 16 3 4 9 24 34 1 4 3 15 16 2 0 6 9 18 -10 13
21 Bognor Regis Town 17 2 6 9 23 35 2 2 4 15 15 0 4 5 8 20 -12 12
22 Whitehawk 18 0 4 14 14 49 0 4 5 8 21 0 0 9 6 28 -35 4

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7 hours ago, Soccerkid said:

Got to disagree here , having only seen Truro once this season nobody in there team is good enough to play in the football league if they were surely they would be by now 

It's difficult to see how you can judge anybody on one game.

However I tend to agree to a certain degree, it would seem a big jump up to league 1 or 2.  The one with the best chance would be Tom Mchale, if only because keepers are slightly harder to come by.

Cody is a very talented young man, but that alone is rarely enough, I think he lacks that yard of pace that is so difficult to substitute.

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On ‎12‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 10:57, Rayvon said:

Anyone expecting City to be suffering from a  FA Cup hangover would have been pleasantly suprised at a wet and windy Malpas Park sorry I meant Treyey Road yesterday afternoon. A 3 goal salvo scored in an early six minute spell (Tyler Harvey Cody Cooke 2, 1 pen) effecetively killed of a team who were currently leading the National League South, they did reply with a goal before half time but a resulute defensive display in the second half ensured the Darts journey back to the M25 would be a fruitless one. Back up to third place in the league with a game in hand this result will certainly leave the doom and gloom mongers having second thoughts. A nice little trip away to Hungerford next weekend, lets just hope we don't get murdered up there. Onwards and upwards :c:

Truro city led by an ex Penryn player....what else could I want (?)

 

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When you look at the League positions.

Truro 3rd in Conference South,means Division Two is only just over a League away.

After Truro's performance at Charlton,not many players looked out of place,against a Division one team.

One off games are one thing,got to do it,week in , week out,if you want to make it.

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