They are taking pride of place as the highest ranked club in Cornish football history but Truro City don’t want to stop there.
The White Tigers hold the position after going top of the Vanarama National League South and they managed to hold it last night as promotion rivals St Albans City and East Thurrock took points off each other.
Truro manager Lee Hodges is thrilled by seven straight wins which has seen the club earn a proud county record.
City are there on merit he said, and hopes that they can stay the pace.
He said: “To a certain extent we are overachieving this season. We struggled last year but this time around there’s a different feel to the place.
Truro City are technically just one place behind Torquay in the league standings. Christ.
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“The players are playing for each other and that’s great for the supporters to see. The team are getting what they deserve at the moment and should be enjoying the moment.”
He added: “I’m proud of them, The players are sticking together and even with ten men at East Thurrock for a long while last week, we found a way to win.
“The spirit in the camp is fantastic. Everything is very positive at the moment.”