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Rayvon

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Rayvon last won the day on January 11

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  1. Rayvon

    CITY to have new owners!

    That's an hour gone and I feel a song coming on, it's back to 1967 pop pickers it's the Tremeloes and "The Sound of Silence" Think they also had a hit with Even the bad times are good and Call me Number One.
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    CITY to have new owners!

    The jungle drums are slow to get going tonight. The anti City brigade must be having a team talk. Extra copies of the Sunday Independent being sent to the Bodmin Falmouth and Penryn areas on Sunday.
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    CCFA

    What a load of twaddle,whatever next build a new railway station and a park and ride on the A30.
  4. Think your getting us mixed up with Bodmin Older heard they have a competition every home game it's called Spot the Spectator in the Stand
  5. Liam Eddy played a couple seasons for Truro City in the Southern League and was not out of his depth scoring several goals often used as an impact player coming off the bench when defences were tiring. Don't know what he's like now but I always thought he was very temperamental and always looking for a dive. One Cornish forward who I rated above all of these three is Andy Watkins who has been consistently banging in the goals at all levels for many seasons. Just my opinion of course.
  6. A good result for the City boys with a goal in each half the first from Ben Rowthorn and the second a cracker from Dan Rooney. A clean sheet to keep Somerset Spur happy and good to see the crowds flocking back to Treyew Rd. Enough to fill two rows at our new Stadium Leeds. Flying the flag for Cornwall.
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    Rev Canon Ken Rogers RIP

    Very sad news indeed, a true gentleman with whom I have had many an interesting discussion at Treyew Road and Malpas Park and on the streets of Truro. RIP Father Ken
  8. Perhaps they stayed in Torpoint overnight to drown there sorrows Al. Nige if you need picking up Ray2b taxis available at mates rates.
  9. At least we're still a little fish in a big pond Nige and were playing back at our Plaice, lost 2.1 after being 1 up at half time. Terrible conditions but same for both sides.
  10. Don't forget to bring your flippers. ☔
  11. Back in the good old days of the Jewson South Western League you could always predict what the semi draw would be, City and Town would be kept apart, nothing to do with money of course. My prediction this season would be Town v Wendron played at Kellaway Parc and St Austell v Bodmin after beating Saltash played at Blaise Park. Is the draw being made live this season does anyone know. ☃️.
  12. For those interested in the attendance it was 341in the first half and 342 in the second. The reason for this being because of work commitments I could only make the second half.
  13. I'm assuming clubs were giving time for the temperature to rise and I completely understand the late pitch inspections. A completely different kettle of fish from a waterlogged pitch.
  14. And a clean sheet to keep Somerset Spur happy, seven points clear of the drop zone, now surely another three wins and another season in the National League South beckons and if your reading this Leeds United Truro City were playing at Treyew Road again today. Well played the Canaries by the way. .
  15. Should have switched the game to Malpas always a spare pitch free down there, easy accessibility by boat as well
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