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Hearty congratulations are expressed to Truro City FC for not only beating Bracknell Town 3-2 in Monday’s Southern League Premier South play-off encounter, but in the process also gaining promotion to National League South.
Skipper Connor Riley-Lowe, a former Exeter City player, scored the all-important deciding goal in stoppage-time, with the result meaning that Truro City will now return to the sixth tier for the first time in four years.
Speaking after the game, Truro City manager Paul Wotton said:
“Without a shadow of a doubt it’s the proudest moment in my career,”
“I’ve had some really special moments, and I class myself as very, very fortunate to be managing this group of players – they’ve been absolutely outstanding and they deserve all the accolades, they deserve everything they’ve got.”
Speaking on behalf of the Board, Rebecca Thomas, CEO added:
“We are all over the moon for everyone involved in Truro City Football Club and all of the supporters and volunteers who have stuck with us over the past few seasons. It has not been an easy ride by any stretch, playing every game ’away from home’ has been extremely tough and has required a lot of focus and drive from the management and players but what they have achieved is truly incredible and so deserved. A testament to the hard work put in by the management and coaching team, every player that has put on the shirt this season, and the financial support provided by Dicky Evans, what a moment for the Club and the County.”