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Ivamy has fingers crossed for Dalal arrival

Bullish Truro skipper Neil Ivamy says that the first target for his side this season is qualification for the Kernow Crash finals day. With the 2021 competitive cricketing campaign starting here in Cornwall this coming Saturday...

Truro fans must be patient, says City chairman Richards

Chairman Jack Richards has called for patience from Truro City supporters after last week revealing to the Voice that talks on both a new and temporary home for the club were ongoing. Richards’ comments have provoked a mixed reaction amongst the White Tigers’ faithful...

Saints excited ‘like kids at Christmas’ for league start

St Erme return to Trelawny League action this coming Saturday when they travel to St Buryan and club secretary Eliott Jolly says his players are excited ‘like kids at Christmas’ to be back playing once more.

How Cornwall’s pasty made it over Twickenham’s posts

Local Cornish rugby historian Billy Hunter takes Voice chief sports writer Gareth Davies down memory lane.

Truro return to training with numbers impressing Ivamy

Truro skipper Neil Ivamy says impressive training numbers will see his club start the new season ‘with a bang’.

New Truro ground talks are ‘ongoing’

Chairman Jack Richards has revealed that discussions are ‘ongoing’ regarding Truro City’s new ground at Langarth and their temporary switch to Plymouth Parkway.

Captain Duncan praises his charges’ energy in victory

Skipper Tom Duncan has revealed that the ‘energy’ his Cornish Pirates side displayed in the build-up to their latest Championship win over Richmond on Saturday.

Hayes leaves Truro and moves to Asia

Striker Kieran Hayes has left Truro City to embark on an exciting new chapter in his career by signing for reigning Philippines Football League champions United City.

Wotton’s New Deal Shows City’s Intent

Ace marksman Tyler Harvey says that boss Paul Wotton signing a new contract is a ‘statement of intent’ from Truro City.

Roadmap backed but rugby cluster leagues are shelved

Cornwall Rugby Football Union (CRFU) chairman Dave Saunter has welcomed the Government’s roadmap to lifting covid restrictions, while admitting that teams won’t be playing competitively from March 29.

“It was inevitable” - City boss philosophical on league curtailment

Boss Paul Wotton says that Truro City ‘have a way forward’ after the 2020-21 Southern League campaign was curtailed by the Football Association last week – subject to final ratification.

‘A third time at Truro wasn’t something I really enjoyed’

In football, old adages say that you should never go back but for some, the third time can prove to be lucky.

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