Winner Leigh Is Getting His Teeth Into White Tigers

Back in October, things weren't looking so bright for Truro City. Stuck in the bottom three and playing miles from home, new manager Leigh Robinson had to lift spirits.

He did just that. Suddenly it's all looking a lot brighter.

It’s certainly been a month to remember and things have really picked up on the pitch - and off the pitch it appears much better.

Some big results in an unbeaten month has seen the White Tigers lift themselves away from the bottom three for the first time this season.

National League South wins at home to Dulwich Hamlet and away to Chelmsford City means their new boss’ impact is really starting to be felt. They won well against Greenwich Borough in the FA Trophy too.

But the great news for fans is that Truro City will be playing back at Treyew Road very soon.
The atmosphere appears to have totally changed and 2018 could hold big things.

Where next?

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