14 March 2012

Yetton's superb strike secures priceless win for City

Source: Rhod Mitchell

Truro City 2 Boreham Wood 1
CITY moved seven points clear of the Blue Square Bet South relegation zone with a crucial victory in the fog at Treyew Road on Tuesday evening.

An early header from Marcus Martin put City ahead, but the visitors quickly equalised through David Bryant and that was how it remained until half time.
Terry at half time in the fog!

But after the break Stewart Yetton, making his first start after three months out with injury, gave the home side the lead with a superb strike and they held on for only their second win in 2012 as they completed their first double of the season.

They will now be hoping to build on this much needed success when they travel to Tonbridge Angels on Saturday, boosted by the return after two match bans of Arran Pugh and Barry Hayles.

And they have also secured the services on loan of young Plymouth Argyle striker Isaac Vassell, though he can be recalled by the League 2 club at any time.

The 18-year-old from Newquay, who is the nephew of former Aston Villa, Manchester City and England striker Darius Vassell, has made eight appearances as a substitute for Argyle and was on the bench on Tuesday night, though he did not come on.

CITY: Chenoweth; McConnell, Ash (capt), Adams, Hodges; Cooke, Broad, Martin, Yetton, Afful (Walker 83), Watkins. Subs (not used): Vassell, Kelly.

BOREHAM WOOD: Putnins; Sankofa, Close, Garrard (capt), Reynolds, Beckles, Vilhete, Cox, Bryant (Jordan 83), Riza (Scott-Morris 83), Montgomery (Hutton 77). Subs (not used): Rubina, Dooland.
Goals: Martin (12) 1-0, Bryant (19) 1-1, Yetton (67) 2-1.

Crowd: 293.
Man of the Match Stewart Yetton with Steve Rogers after the match.
Referee: Adam Hopkins (Plymouth).

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