Marine v Truro City Preview

Friday 24th February 2023

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Marine v Truro City Preview

Posted by Keith Yeomans

Match Preview from Mike Wray

The White Tigers pay a visit to the Webbswood Stadium on Saturday 25th February, as we host the final of three home games this month, kick off 3pm.

Marine 6th P28-W14-D6-L8 48pts
Truro City 2nd P30-W19-D8-L3 65Pts

We welcome Truro City to Wiltshire this Saturday afternoon and with both sides in the hunt for promotion, it promises to be another game you won’t want to miss!

With a depleted side Marine lost 4-0 at Bolitho Park earlier in the season, but despite that result, it was only a mad five minutes that ultimately cost Lee Spalding’s men on the night, along with some clinical finishing from Tyler Harvey and Andrew Neal who secured a brace apiece.

While league positions remain similar, it’s Marine who currently edge the opposition in the current form charts and with a run of eight league games without defeat, our visitors suffered a rare 3-0 defeat at Poole Town earlier this week which followed a surprise 1-1 home draw against Hartley Wintney last Saturday.

Those results have left the White Tigers two points from top spot, having played two games more than the current leaders, Weston-super-Mare and in much need of the points as we head towards the run-in.

Marine leading goalscorer: Harry Williams / 26 league goals
Truro City leading goalscorer: Tyler Harvey / 21 league goals
Admission Prices - Adults £11, Concessions £6 & U12s Free
Last Time We Met:

Wednesday October 12th. 2022
Truro City - 4 (Tyler Harvey 6’, 8’, Andrew Neal 11’, 80’)
Marine - 0
Click here to view the Match Report

Other Pitching In Southern League Premier South games Wednesday:

Beaconsfield Town v Hendon
Bracknell Town v Poole Town
Chesham United v Harrow Borough
Gosport Borough v Metropolitan Police
Hartley Wintney v Winchester City
Hayes & Yeading United v Hanwell Town
Merthyr Town v North Leigh
Plymouth Parkway v Yate Town
Salisbury v Tiverton Town
Weston-super-Mare v Dorchester Town

Keeping up-to-date on game day:

If you can’t join us at the game, you can follow the action via our official Twitter account @SupermarineFC, where we will have regular updates throughout the match. We’ll have updates on our Facebook page and game highlights will follow on Supermarine TV.

Parking & Travel:

Whilst we have FREE car parking for over 300 cars in the car park at the Webbswood Stadium it does get very busy on matchdays so why not travel by public transport and be rewarded at the same time. We encourage our spectators to use the Number 7 bus from the town centre bus station. It’s a 26 minute bus ride and a seven minute walk from the bus stop at South Marston Park, and on production of your bus ticket for day the of the match to either the bar staff or kitchen staff and you will be rewarded with either a FREE pint or a FREE snack of your choice! This makes the Webbswood Stadium more accessible to all and has greener credentials, please try it!

Bus time table

Matchday Experience:

Along with Truro City, we’re set to welcome the Wroughton Youth U8s Lightnings and the Dragons on Saturday afternoon as our Matchday Experience guests! We hope that the players, coaches and any family and friends who come along enjoy their day out and we’re looking forward to seeing you before the game for your tour of the Webbswood Stadium as well as at half time when you play your exhibition game on the pitch! Don’t forget that you can hang around for autographs afterwards and we hope you all have an awesome day!

30th Anniversary Exhibition:

Supporters are invited to join us in the Community Room ahead of the match as we open our 30th Anniversary Exhibition which celebrates three decades of our existence and charts all the key people and events which got us to where we are today! We’ll have copies of a booklet produced by Pete Crockett which accompany the occasion to borrow, or why not pick up your own copy to keep, priced at just £2. Access to the exhibition will close 15-minutes prior to kick off.

Keith Yeomans
Keith Yeomans