Lowry is poised to make his City debut
Truro City's newest Cornish recruit Jamie Lowry is set to make his home debut in today's FA Cup first-round qualifying tie against Western League side Street.
Newquay-born utility player Lowry, 26, has previously played in the Football league for Chesterfield – more than 100 times – and Plymouth Argyle as well as recent outings for South West Peninsula League side Godolphin Atlantic and Southern League outfit Tiverton Town.
City boss Steve Massey said: "I am absolutely thrilled to have signed another young talented Cornishman to play for Truro City. Jamie comes to the club with over six years and nearly 150 League games in experience. He will be pivotal to our ongoing success."
Lowry can play in midfield or on the right side of defence.
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City bid to bounce back from a 4-2 Southern League Premier Division defeat at Chesham United against a Street side buoyed by a seven-match winning start to the new season.
Bideford – second in the Southern League top flight – host another unbeaten Western Premier side, Bath's Larkhall Athletic.
Like Street, Larkhall have also won their opening five league games and they also accounted for Devon clubs Willand Rovers and Tiverton Town in the FA Cup. Bideford boss Sean Joyce said: "We are unbeaten, so are they, so something will have to give because it's the FA Cup and nothing like the league. Anything can happen and that's why we all want to go as far as we can in the competition."
Peninsula Premier outfit Plymouth Parkway's FA Cup adventure continues when they travel to the Hand Stadium to take on Southern League South and West side Clevedon Town.
Clevedon have taken just two points from their opening six league games but the Somerset team have saved their best performance for the FA Cup, with their only victory of the season coming when they beat Western Premier side Bishop Sutton 4-1 at home.
Parkway go in to the tie with a 100% record in all competitions this season, having already beaten Saltash United (2-1) and Ilfracombe Town (4-1) in the two previous rounds.
"We have been to watch Clevedon and they are a big, strong side who play two leagues higher than us, but I'm confident that our players can put on a good show and maybe even gain a shock result," said Parkway boss Wayne Hillson.
He travels without skipper Will Stringer, who is attending a family wedding, while full-back Luke Rundle is out with a broken wrist.