LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle FC 0 MK Dons FC 1

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestAgainst the run of play and on the counter MK Dons surprised their hosts when Aidan Nesbitt scored at the far post as the greens failed to clear a cross from the right.

Nesbitt hammered in past a defender and keeper Luke McCormick from close range.

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LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle FC 2 Charlton Athletic FC 0

Plymouth Argyle FC club crestPlymouth Argyle manager Derek Adams enjoyed a “perfect day” as his promoted Pilgrims claimed their first League One points of the season.

Adams said: “I am delighted to get the first win of the season and to score two very good goals through Jake Jervis.”

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LEAGUE 2 Plymouth Argyle FC 6 Newport County AFC 1

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlymouth Argyle swept to automatic promotion on the back of an emphatic home League Two victory over relegation haunted Newport County at Home Park.

It is Argyle’s first promotion in 13 years and signals the end of a six-year absence from League One.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE Torquay United FC 3 Gateshead FC 1

TUFC crestBrett Williams scored a superb stoppage time goal as Torquay United halted their three match losing streak with a fine sun-blessed 3-1 home win over Gateshead at bitterly cold Plainmoor.

Tireless Williams crowned a classic centre forward performance by latching on to an errant ball from defender James Bolton, racing towards goal and drilling a brilliant edge of the box shot past diving Heed keeper Dan Hanford and into the far corner.

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Adams praise as Hartley sends PAFC back to Wembley

Plymouth Argyle central defender Peter Hartley courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREEPlymouth Argyle FC manager Derek Adams lauded matchwinner Peter Hartley for the dramatic stoppage time winner which sealed the greens' League Two play-off place.

Adams' Argyle and an anticipated 35,000 fans will now make the Monday May 30 pilgrimage to Wembley, where the opponents will be Accrington Stanley or AFC Wimbledon.

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NLS Hayes & Yeading United FC 2 Truro City FC 2

Truro City 125 logoTruro City extended their impressive National League South run to 11 matches following a 2-2 comeback draw at Hayes & Yeading United.

Recalled City stalwart Jake Ash completed Truro’s turnaround heading home in the last minute of normal time before four minutes of stoppage time as City swept back up to sixth.

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