LEE'S VIEW on Hampton & Richmond 4 Truro City 3
"To lose this one was incredibly hard to take. When we went 3-2 ahead, and with Hampton down to ten men, it really felt as though this was it, the turning point for us. I just couldn't believe how we allowed them to come back and win.
"They hadn't scored a single 'good' goal, and the last one was awful. We had the ball in their penalty area, but we allowed their player to break away, run the length of the field, two of them against three of ours, and still we let him score.
"These boys are playing for their contracts for next season and at the moment a lot of them are touch and go as to whether or not they will be offered new ones. They have worked hard all season, but they can't carry on performing like this. They're going to have to do better and impress more in these last matches; otherwise I feel we will have to start afresh.
"Tomorrow's match at home to Boreham Wood is now even bigger than ever; it's absolutely massive. It is vitally important that we have as many supporters there as possible. Confidence is understandably low right now, and it's crucial that the fans get right behind us and really make themselves heard from the word go."
TEAM NEWS for tomorrow's home match against Boreham Wood, 7.45 pm: Barry Hayles and Arran Pugh both out, second and final matches of suspension. No new injuries.
BOREHAM WOOD: currently 13th in League, played 31, won 11, drawn 8, lost 12, goals for 41, against 46, points 41. Last three results - (Saturday) drew 2-2 at home to Dorchester, won 4-2 at Havant & Waterlooville, drew 1-1 at Tonbridge Angels. September 10: Boreham Wood 1 Truro City 2.