Following City's 1-0 win against Hungerford Town, we will play St Neots Town at Treyew Road on Bank Holiday Monday, KO 3pm.
Normal turnstile admission prices apply.
Steve Tully's program welcome:
Hello and welcome to Treyew Road to this afternoon's Southern Premier play off final against St Neots Town.
Firstly, I want to congratulate St Neots in getting to the play off final. It's a tough end to the season but it brings great excitement.
The Play off semi final versus Hungerford was everything I thought it would be. I was delighted with the way we handled the occasion and more importantly, the way we played. We should of been 3 up at half time but what myself and Wayne emphasised, was that patience was the key. If you keep knocking on the door, it will eventually open. I was delighted with the way we kept going, kept our discipline and restricted them to long range efforts. We've always said, it's the players on the pitch at the end of the game that wins you the game . I was delighted for Vas to score the winner - obviously he would of been disappointed not to start, but he's a good pro and understood our plan. And more importantly it was executed to perfection.
Myself and Wayne would like to take this opportunity to thank Pete and Pep for their backing this season. Everything we've asked for and enquired about, they have helped us and we couldn't of ask for anymore help - we really appreciate it, cheers.
Lastly, I just want to thank Wayno for everything he does. We are like a husband and wife in the amount we talk to each other every day, on everything from player's selection to grass length on the pitch to food on the coach for the players. We have very understanding wives who know we have done everything we can do to improve Truro City both on and off the pitch.
And you the fans for being there week in, week out, rain or shine, you're there and we really do appreciate it - thank you so much.
One last push, be the 12th man and cheer us on like you did on Tuesday night.