Truro City: Boss Steve Tully says Easter games vital to play-off chances

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Truro City drew 1-1 at Weymouth on New Year's day

Truro City manager Steve Tully says the club's Easter fixtures are vital to their hopes of securing a Southern Premier League play-off place.

Third-placed City travel to Redditch United, in seventh, on Saturday before hosting fourth-placed Weymouth on Easter Monday.

"After these two games we'll know where we are," Tully BBC Radio Cornwall.

"Once we're in the play-offs then we'll start planning on what position we want to be in," he added.

Should City finish second or third they will get a home play-off against the side finishing either fourth or fifth.

And while many will be focusing on the Weymouth game, with the two clubs sharing a number of links, Tully says the club must focus on the Redditch game first.

"The Weymouth game builds itself up with former players, I'm a former player at Weymouth myself, as well as where we are in the league.

"But first we've got to concentrate on the Redditch game and that's our biggest and most important game first."