SOUTHERN PREMIER Frome Town 5 St Neots Town 4

Frome Town AFC club crestAdrian Foster's resurgent Frome Town soared to 12th in the Southern League Premier Division following last night’s thrilling 5-4 comeback win over St Neots Town at the Aldersmith Stadium.

The 16th placed Saints led four times before Frome recorded a third successive home win.


LEAGUE 2 Plymouth Argyle 1 Exeter City 2

Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale praised his resurgent side following a 2-1 comeback win at play-off chasing Plymouth Argyle.

Tisdale said: “I am delighted with the team and the way we played. The result at this stage of the season is everything.”


LEAGUE 2 Plymouth Argyle 2 Chesterfield 1

Plymouth Argyle FC crestPlymouth boss John Sheridan praised two-goal Reuben Reid as Argyle toppled the Spireites to soar to seventh as leaders Chesterfield slipped to second.

Sheridan said: "Reuben was a threat. He could have probably had a hat-trick. But I don't want to single out just one player because we are all in this together and the team won us the match. There were some outstanding performances out there. Everyone played a part."


LEAGUE 2 Torquay United 2 Rochdale 1 - reaction

torquay united fc logoTorquay United boss Chris Hargreaves lauded his basement side as they ended a six-match run without a League Two win by beating third placed Rochdale at Plainmoor.  

Hargreaves said: “I am really pleased. It was a good and much-needed win. Each game is becoming much more important but this will give everyone a lift and you never know.”


CLINICAL Plymouth Argyle 5 Morecambe 0

Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan was full of praise for his “outstanding” League Two play-off chasing greens.plymouth argyle logo

Sheridan said: “First and foremost it was good to get back to winning ways at home. I thought we were outstanding.”


Torquay United 1 Burton 1 - Hargreaves reaction

Elliot Benyon's brilliant ping header finish to Ben Harding's 40th minute cross was not enough to stop Torquay United from sliping to the Football League basement following a 1-1 home draw with promotion chasing Burton.

United could have claimed a Plainmoor win through substitute Billy Bodin's pacy 20 yard free kick in the third minute of stoppage time.


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