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Truro City away

By BoroHome&Away (Boro Loyal)16/2 18:04Sun Feb 16 18:04:16 2020

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Next week Harrow make the journey to treyew road to face Truro city, the home side are currently 2nd in the league table and look for a quick return to the conference south. After 27 games the tigers currently have 57 points as a result of achieving 18 wins, including key results such as wins over Swindon supermarine and met police. The last fixture between these sides ended 2-1 to the visitors on their trip to earlsmead after a close game. During that fixture harrow operated with a 352 line up containing players such as drage and Kearney who are no longer at the club. My prediction for this match will be 2-1 to the reds who have been playing really well since the loss to Taunton. Wishing all players, supporters and officials a safe journey down and I look forward to seeing you there!

Match details

Saturday 22nd February
3pm kick off
Treyew road-TR1 2BY
Admission prices: Adults - £10, concessions-£5 and under 10s-FREE

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Re: Truro City away

By Livinginexile19/2 21:33Wed Feb 19 21:33:45 2020In response to Truro City awayTop of thread

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Good evening

I used to follow The Boro back in the late 70s through to early 90s when I lived in South Ruislip. I now live in Truro, and have be a regular supporter since 2015.

I will have a dig round in my garage tomorrow evening, as I'm sure there is a pile of Boro programes, which I'd like to give to a supporter who makes the trip on Saturday (Sorry but I'm keeping the Trophy Semi final Issues)

I'll leave a note here tomorrow evening if I do find them.

Safe journey to those who travel. Make sure you check before travelling as its been a little damp down here.

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Re: Truro City away

By Earlsmead part-timer18/2 12:06Tue Feb 18 12:06:28 2020In response to Truro City awayTop of thread

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Just hope the weather plays ball.
Got to be best for everyone that it's played this Saturday rather than postponed then have a long journey mid week.

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Re: Truro City away

By Livinginexile19/2 21:35Wed Feb 19 21:35:38 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Good evening

I used to follow The Boro back in the late 70s through to early 90s when I lived in South Ruislip. I now live in Truro, and have be a regular supporter since 2015.

I will have a dig round in my garage tomorrow evening, as I'm sure there is a pile of Boro programes, which I'd like to give to a supporter who makes the trip on Saturday (Sorry but I'm keeping the Trophy Semi final Issues)

I'll leave a note here tomorrow evening if I do find them.

Safe journey to those who travel. Make sure you check before travelling as its been a little damp down here.

FOUND THEM There's about 60

Edited by Livinginexile at 22:10:16 on 19th February 2020

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Re: Truro City away

By Middx Wanderer20/2 13:13Thu Feb 20 13:13:52 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Unfortunately the Southern league have allowed one of the longest journeys to be made by any club to scheduled in February. I know a few have gambled on early rail & air tickets, & others going by road, but our away support will be missing a number regulars who would of travelled if the game is certain to be on.
A train ticket now will cost £121.00, whilst the 520 miles round road trip will take 10 hours , not much fun in the rain either!

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Re: Truro City away

By Terry20/2 14:44Thu Feb 20 14:44:28 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Hello Middlesex Wanderer Its beyond Me a situation Like this can exit.
When l followed Boro in the 70s as a Child with my Dad l Remember Harwich&Parkeston the very furthest and it mainly London & Home Counties.
Tilbury Clapton Aveley Dulwich Walthamstow Avenue &Ware Who l always remember us beating them 7-0 and are now Amazingly top of Istmian 1!
Needs to be a big restructure and lm calling on our forum For a Greater London League so we dont have to make such a ridiculous jourmey for our players or in indeed our great fans!

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Re: Truro City away

By Middx Wanderer20/2 14:50Thu Feb 20 14:50:25 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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I like the Southern League. I also have no problem with being in the same division as Truro, but playing them in February is poor planning

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Re: Truro City away

By Terry20/2 17:25Thu Feb 20 17:25:12 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Yes thats agreed very poor planning this match away should be August/September time when the Weather is fairer.
Where to be honest its Thursday and there must still be a doubt whether the match will be on totally unfair on fans and players a like.
Im afraid Southern League have form on this our Match With Blackfield Langley called off in August because they didnt remember they maybe in FA Cup Prem Round.
Some of the trips have been fantastic in The Southern League really enjoyable.
But my hearts for a return to Isthmian and not to have this sort of travelling.

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Re: Truro City away

By harrowexcile21/2 20:11Fri Feb 21 20:11:10 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Hi Terry,

Having watched Harrow Town in the 50's and 60's I saw a number of very good players. It would be difficult to pick out a particular one. However, I would say that my favourite has to be Pete Lavers. What a prolific goal scorer he was.

Tony

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Re: Truro City away

By Terry21/2 21:12Fri Feb 21 21:12:56 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Hello Tony yes l remember you mentioning Pete Lavers when we did our favourite players feature here on the forum Last year.
I would have Loved to have seen him play.
My Favourite was Frank Seward he had so much talent if only he could have used to more active he was always moaning about the Ref.
But his Wonder goal against Wealdstone in 1977 l replay in my mind every night.
Getting the ball from a throw beats Wainwright Dummies Bowgett and its in the far corner Magic!!!
My Dad wont hear of any one but John Cerasoli he was a fantastic player in our Promotion Season of Late 70s and him and his Father were a pleasure to know on and off the pitch.God Rest Them Both.
As for tomorrow l know some of our Loyal fans are going to Truro but lm taking Sanctuary from that trip with a visit to Rock Bottom Northwood in the Isthmian Divs1.
They are playing Ware who we once beat 7-0!
Now incredibly 2nd and going for promotion to the Isthmian Premier for 1st time ever!!!
Northwood on their 3rd Manager of the season.
Thank God Peter Rogers is in charge and we show Loyality to our Managers!!!

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Re: Truro City away

By Earlsmead part-timer20/2 14:31Thu Feb 20 14:31:05 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Blimey just looked on my sat nav. It's gonna take me 3 hours 20 mins by car from East Dorset.
Still much rather stay in the Southern League than move back into the Isthmian or I can forget going to away game altogether!

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Re: Truro City away

By Terry20/2 00:00Thu Feb 20 00:00:22 2020In response to Re: Truro City awayTop of thread

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Hello Livinginginexile Lovely to have you on the forum.
Well l Support Boro and still Live in South Ruislip for my Sins!
I for one arent making the trip or possibly a Voyage with this weather to Truro But I Know a Number of Our Loyal Fans will be There Saturday.
You said you followed Boro Late 70s to Early 90s so Like me we saw some great players.
John Cerasoli Les Currell Harry Manoe George Duck l could go on Listing them and of Course my fav player Frank Seward.
Ive been trying to find a fan on this forum who was at Vale Farm in 1978 When Going for Promotion we Lost a Vital game to Wembley 5-3 and George Lidster and Gary Fowles were involved in a on pitch Fight After Wembleys 5th Goal l can still see it now Lidster Squares up to Fowles and Punches exchanged.
So Just Wondering if you were there that night and we did an online poll Harrow Boroughs greatest Player Last Year l went for Frank Seward the Mercurial Winger and my Dad said John Cerasoli was the greatest.Ces a great player.
So please if you wish name a player.
Great to have you on board Livingexcile

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