Taunton / Truro / Plymouth Parkway
#1

If the club want to make some money then maybe they can offer the TT to these three clubs to help shift their backlog of fixtures.

If I've read it right Truro were playing at PP but had to stop because the pitch couldn't cope leaving PP with their own glut of fixtures to be played so moved to Taunton who now can't get a game on for love nor money!

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#2

Yep none of them seem to be able to get a game on. I'd imagine the leagues will start to force them to play elsewhere at some point. Gateshead had to move their games a few seasons back and even ended up playing one in Carlisle I think. Taunton are skint though so I can't imagine they will want to move home games to us
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(28-02-2024, 12:20 AM)Darran Wrote:  Yep none of them seem to be able to get a game on. I'd imagine the leagues will start to force them to play elsewhere at some point. Gateshead had to move their games a few seasons back and even ended up playing one in Carlisle I think. Taunton are skint though so I can't imagine they will want to move home games to us
They had to play a game at Boston United (York Street). 350+ mile round trip.
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#4

Truro v Taunton will be played at Meadow Park on Saturday.
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#5

So, someone must read the nonsense I put on here!

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#6

(29-02-2024, 01:45 PM)Neil Wrote:  So, someone must read the nonsense I put on here!

You are right on both counts  Big Grin
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#7

Club have said season ticket holders will get in for free.
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#8

This place would be poorer with my nonsense. You'd only have Shandy's 1 in 10 attempts at humour left.

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#9

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/68437575

The White Tigers!

Well done Mystic Neil...
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#10

Few City old boys on show, namely James Hamon, Tom Harrison, Nat Jarvis and Matt Buse.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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