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New Playing Surface
Discussion started by Pirate15 , 02 July, 2019 09:11
New Playing Surface
Pirate15 02 July, 2019 09:11
Great photographs on the club website of the new playing surface and drainage system that is currently being laid at the Mennaye.
The completion of this work will ensure a first class playing surface as we put together one of our strongest playing squads in a number of years.
As ever a huge thanks to Dicky Evans for his ongoing financial support of the club.

Re: New Playing Surface
*Stalwart 02 July, 2019 09:13
Well said - great to see investment in The Mennaye for the future.

Re: New Playing Surface
AggiePirate 02 July, 2019 19:27
Looking great. We won't need a new stadium when it's finished....
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Re: New Playing Surface
wigston pirate 03 July, 2019 14:29
What a fantastic effort been put in and if only the World cup was been played this year in the UK instead of Japan I am sure the RFU would be in touch for a couple of fixtures. Well done to those involved looking forward to phase 2 photos from Mr B. Tempest.

(Sm109)

Re: New Playing Surface
welshpirate 03 July, 2019 20:08
Are Truro City thinking of playing at the Mennaye too perhaps? It would make sense until S4C is built.

Re: New Playing Surface
cornishbob 03 July, 2019 21:12
Truro City have lost the manager to Bury and are currently looking for a replacement. Never a dull moment in wendyball it seems!!! In the meantime they are signing quite a few local players, reckon they'll struggle again this season.


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