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Should Newquay Ladies move to Truro?

Guest Postie Pidge

Should Newquay Ladies move to Truro?  

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  1. 1. Should Newquay Ladies move to Truro?

    • Yes
    • No

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Guest Postie Pidge

Very similar to the other post but as well as taking part in the poll, list the good things and bad things that would go with the move.

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Good reasons for moving

Financial stability

Prospect of playing in the "Stadium for Cornwall" in the future

Larger catchment area for picking up players


Bad reasons for moving

No support for ladies football in Truro

Loss of team for Newquay youngsters

Pressure of wear and tear on Truro's pitch

Playing football in an empty stadium

Extra travelling for home games

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Plus side:

Only NQY management should know what is best for their club?

Truro should have a womens team with their backing - and the expenses in the National league must be high

They should be able to gather the best talent from everywhere, and will have the future facilities


NQY now will have no team in the area.

Goonhavern and Truro already folded prior to this

What about all the previous hard work to get this all set up at NQY

This will have an effect on the other local teams - especially if all the old "Truro" girls return.

Why can't they set up their own team in competition - what is wrong with it taking a year or two

Truro previously folded as they had no players and second team had no pitch?

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Guest Peppermint

I don't know where The Gooner gets his information from but the vast majority of Newquay Ladies team were at Mount Wise last season. It is possible that one or two have joined Newquay from the now defunct team at Truro from last season.

So why the comment that they won't have any trouble finding their way to Treyew Road!

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