Date: Sun 10 Jul 2022

By Steve Whitney

Sullivan Makes White Tigers Return

Pitching In Southern League Premier Division South club Truro City have re-signed striker Dan Sullivan from champions and now Vanarama National League South side Taunton Town.

Sullivan joined the Peacocks in October 2017 after impressing for a Tavistock side that had knocked them out of the Emirates FA Cup in the previous month.

The now 27-year-old was with Plymouth Argyle as a schoolboy before joining Torquay United on a scholarship in 2011 and was named the club’s young player of the year for 2012/13.

His first team debut for Torquay came in August 2013 when he came on as a late substitute at Morecambe in League Two and he went on to make 5 further first-team appearances for the Gulls, plus loan spells at Bideford AFC and Hereford United until his departure from Plainmoor in January 2015 to sign for Truro for the first time.

After leaving Truro, he spent time with South West Peninsula League side Bodmin Town before joining Tavistock in June 2017.

After joining Taunton, he quickly become a firm fans’ favourite, winning the supporters’ player of the year award in 2017/18 as he helped the Peacocks secure promotion to the Southern Premier.

He totalled 151 games for Taunton and scored 56 goals but missed the run-in to the Southern Premier title success after being banned in March for four months and fined by the FA for betting breaches.

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