TRURO City made it two wins out of two for the new season after a comfortable 3-0 home win over Dorchester Town.

Harlain Mbayo gave the White Tigers the lead at the break before second half goals from Luke Jephcott and Noah Keats sealed the three points.

After a convincing 0-2 away win at Met Police on Saturday, Truro looked to build on that positive performance under the Treyew Road lights, and they didn’t disappoint.

In front of a crowd of just under 500, Truro started brightly. The first chance of the match fell to Luke Jephcott. The Wales U19s youth international latched onto a great pass from James Ward but dragged his shot wide of the post.

Mere moments later Jamie Richards headed just over the bar after a pin point delivery from Will Dean.

Hamon was then forced into a smart save to deny the visitors before Niall Thompson had the ball in the back of the net. The offside flag denied him, but City weren’t to be kept quiet for long.

Harlain Mbayo powerfully headed home from a corner to put the White Tigers ahead. It could have been 2-0 minutes later as Harrison Davis dragged a shot just wide of the post moments before the break.

In a rather uneventful second period, Truro did get their second with 12 minutes to play. Luke Jephcott finished brilliantly from a tight angle to double City’s lead.

Midfielder Noah Keats finished off a perfect evening for the White Tigers as he hammered in a third with a minute to play.

Truro now sit top of the Southern League after two matches and are next in action on Saturday as they welcome Swindon Supermarine to Treyew Road.

Truro: Hamon, Davis, Law, Ward, Mbayo, Richards (C), Booth, Keats, Dean, Jephcott, Thompson (Yetton 61)

Attendance - 470