For Truro and the surrounding areas
Chief executive admits club move to Devon is ‘not ideal’
Truro City chief executive officer Becki Thomas says that the club moving to Plymouth Parkway for the upcoming season ‘isn’t ideal’ but backed supporters to follow the side to Devon in 2021-22. City will play their first match in temporary surroundings...
Chairman tips teenage star to reach Olympics in future
Newquay and Par Athletics Club chairman Graham Hodgson has tipped high-jumper Sam Brereton for the 2028 Olympic Games after watching him take bronze at the under-20 European Championships...
WHITE TIGERS SCORE SIX ON THEIR RETURN - Falmouth, Exeter and Forest await after big win at Dobwalls
Truro City’s pre-season preparations were dealt a blow last week after the White Tigers were forced to call off their friendly against Millbrook at Jenkins Park on Saturday.
Race set to be first to take place without restrictions
The popular Tywardreath Trotter running event taking place without restrictions has been welcomed as ‘good news’ by race director Matt Ward. Since March 2020, the running calendar has more or less been put on hold...
Bowlers impress as in-form Truro enjoy six-wicket win
Truro’s fine recent Premier Division form continued at Boscawen Park on Saturday as they eased past local rivals St Austell by six wickets. Home skipper Neil Ivamy lost the toss...
Ryan records strong time to win ‘Meet Your Max’ event
Cornwall Athletic Club runner Ryan Hanley came home in an impressive time of 46 minutes and four seconds to win last week’s ‘Meet Your Max’. Organised by Truro Running Club...
Fun-filled activity sessions will get kids playing sport
Aspiring young sportsmen and women aged between 13 and 16 are being invited to take part in free pop-up football games and activities, to help boost engagement in sport this summer.
‘THERE IS NO HIDING PLACE’, BOSS WARNS - City squad to meet for first time this year as pre-season starts
"Truro City boss Paul Wotton says that his players will have nowhere to hide when pre-season training begins.
Richards: “If you really want something, you can get it”
Truro City chairman Jack Richards talks to Voice chief sports writer Gareth Davies about Luke Cowan-Dickie’s inclusion in the British and Irish Lions squad
City win race to seal return of former loan ace
Truro City have pulled off a seismic coup with the permanent capture of former Exeter City midfielder Will Dean. Dean was released by the Grecians recently...