Truro City well beaten after conceding 34 second goal
Bromley 4 Truro City 0
City boss Lee Hodges admitted his wide were beaten by the better team as they conceded the league double to a Bromley side still with an outside chance of promotion.
The writing was on the wall for City as they conceded after just 34 seconds with home skipper skipper Ali Fuseini netting for Bromley.
Dogged defence kept Bromley at bay until half time, with recalled keeper Paul Hider making some important stops. Hider who had been released earlier in the week was re-registered in place of the unwell Luke Payne, in the only change from the side that beat Hayes & Yeading last week.
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But City conceded a second at the start of the second half, with Louie Theophanous on target and the game as a contest was effectively over.
And a brace of goals from Pierre Joseph-Dubois in the 65th and 68th minutes ended any slim hopes City might of hand of staging a come back.
In the closing stages, City did at least threaten a consolation goal, but it was not to their day as their hopes of back to back wins for the first time this season were brutally ended.
After the game Hodges said: "We were beaten by the better team on the day. Bromley are a very good team with plenty of pace and power,
"It was an awful start, but we kept battling and gave it a real go. I changed things about to try and get back into the match but it did not really work."
City are next in action at Sutton Utd on Tuesday evening at Sutton Utd (7.45pm) with Joe Broad a major doubt after coming off early on with a stomach problem, but Jake Ash, who was on the bench, could well return.