On To Truro

WITH most associated with Plymouth Argyle keen to put Saturday’s 5-0 defeat to Yeovil behind them, Carl Fletcher took a moment to look forward to Tuesday’s friendly, away at Truro City.

Truro currently play in the Blue Square South Division, two leagues below Argyle.

The fixture has become somewhat an annual event for the two clubs, and Fletch insists it won’t be an easy game.

“Truro always give us a good game,” he said.

“It’s the second game and it’s only a few days after the first one, so we’re trying to get everybody as many minutes as possible.

“We want a broad spectrum of everybody at a similar level of fitness and playing is the only way that will happen.”

Fletch opted to take all three of his ‘keepers to The Avenue but only used one, with Jake Cole one of just two players to play the full 90 minutes.

When asked why the other ‘keepers didn’t play, Fletch insisted he has it all planned out.

“Rene [Gilmartin] or Ollie [Chenoweth] will play (against Truro),” he said.

“It’s a bit pointless a ‘keeper playing 45 minutes and they all agree with me they’d rather play one full game than two half games.”