Truro City’s possible groundshare with Torquay United is off after the Cornish side agreed to remain at Treyew Road next season.
It was rumoured that the Gulls would share Plainmoor with City, which would have been a 170-mile trip for home matches. However, Truro City confirmed an agreement has been reached between the parties for the club to remain at Treyew Road for the 2018/19 season.
In a statement, chairman Peter Masters said: “I had to prepare for all eventualities, including ground sharing with Torquay United, however after some very tough negotiations I was able to secure another season which will hopefully now see a seamless transition to the new Stadium for Cornwall with the added bonus of allowing us to participate in the play-offs and accept promotion to The National League if the opportunity presents itself.”
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