Saints put seven past Truro

Chris Watters celebrates scoring City's first goal against Truro on Saturday. Picture by Bob Walkley

Chris Watters celebrates scoring City's first goal against Truro on Saturday. Picture by Bob Walkley - Credit: Archant

Seven different players scored for St Albans City as they beat Truro City 7-3 away from home on Saturday.

Chris Watters got the ball rolling in the ninth minute before the defensive pairing of James Kaloczi and Darren Locke, in for Ben Martin and Ryan Wharton, scored Saints’ second and third goals.

Truro, who have yet to win at home this season, scored either side of the break to get within touching distance of St Albans but goals from Lee Chappell and Elliot Bailey killed off any thoughts of a comeback.

The hosts narrowed the gap yet again but Chris Henry and John Frendo scored in injury time to cap City’s longest trip for a league game with an emphatic win.


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