TRURO City remain unbeaten this pre-season after a 1-1 draw against St Blazey at Blaise Park.

Despite being in major control of the encounter it was a frustrating evening for City who failed to take their chances, against a resolute Blazey side.

The White Tigers started the brighter and got their early reward as a Moulaye N'Diaye cross was diverted into his own net by Jordan Powell under pressure from James Lorenz.

More Truro chances followed with skipper Jamie Richards and Niall Thompson both going close from direct free kicks.

Max Smallcombe then saw his shot from 30 yards blocked by his own team mate before Louis Rooney saw an effort flash narrowly wide.

City were then caught napping just before the half time interval when Callum McGhee, who recently trialled at Truro, hit a screamer from just outside the box giving keeper Dan Stedman no chance.

The second period started in similar fashion with Truro dominating possession but failing to create any real chances of note.

Full backs Harrison Davis and Ryan Law were a constant threat with their forward runs out wide and both saw efforts defied by Brodie Cole in the St Blazey goal.

James Ward, Noah Keats, Austen Booth and Rio Garside were all introduced in search of a winner.

Keats did well to create two shooting opportunities but both efforts lacked the power to trouble Cole as the game fizzled out.

Overall a frustrating evening for City despite some good individual performances. Truro's final warm up match is a home fixture against Helston Athletic on Friday evening (kick-off 7.45pm).

Truro: Stedman, Davis, Mbayo, Richards (C), Law, Smallcombe, Spurrer, N'Diaye, Rooney, Thompson, Lorenz.