Truro City’s move to Bodmin Town is on hold as the club revealed an eleventh hour repieve to remain at Treyew Road.
The White Tigers were facing up to the prospect of being homeless and were facing a costly groundshare far outside the city.
They have put pen to paper on a deal to use and upgrade Bodmin with a supermarket expected to be build at their current home.
But things have changed and it looks like they may remain for next season after all.
A club statement confirmed the good news but chairman Peter Masters knows there is a long road ahead for the Cornish club.
“After a frustrating and challenging few days, we are pleased to confirm that Truro City FC can continue to play its matches at Treyew Road until further notice,” the statement read.
“This does not stop JIL (the land owner) serving notice and/or commencing proceedings for vacant possession of the football ground.
“If JIL were to be successful and Truro City FC evicted, we will apply to The National League for approval to groundshare with Bodmin Town under NL Rule 2.3.1.
“We await the results of The National League Ground Grading inspection on April 3rd at Bodmin Town to confirm that Bodmin is a viable alternative.
“On the pitch the task rests with manager, Lee Hodges, to secure our current League status and to build a team for next season capable of taking us to the very top of The National League South.”