Published: 16:11, 27 February 2018
Tonbridge Angels ended the Blue Square Bet South season in 16th place after a 3-2 home win against relegated Truro on Saturday.
Aaron Gayle finished a superb pass from Frannie Collin (pictured) to give Angels a second-minute lead.
Former Fulham striker Barry Hayles equalised on 13 minutes but Angels went back in front two minutes later when Gayle and Lee Browning combined to set up Collin.
Tonbridge extended their lead three minutes before the break when Collin added his second.
Hayles pulled a goal back six minutes into the second half but Truro’s hopes of snatching a point faded when Joe Board was sent-off for violent conduct on 70 minutes.
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