LEAGUE TWO Plymouth Argyle 1 Southend United 1

plymouth argyle logoPlymouth should have been ahead at half time and deservedly took the lead on 50 minutes when on-loan Burnley forward Alex MacDonald latched on to a Guy Madjo pass before driving the ball underneath United keeper Daniel Bentley.

United’s on-loan Watford striker Britt Assombalonga replied five minutes later with a superb solo goal.

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LEAGUE TWO Parkes sparks Rovers belief

plymouth argyle logobristol rovers crestBristol Rovers boss Mark McGhee is hoping Tom Parkes' superb 70th minute leveller will give the Pirates something to build on.

Central defender Parkes’ angled strike - the 20-year-old's first Rovers goal - cancelled out a thumping 30 yard on-the-run opener from Plymouth playmaker Conor Hourihane on 35 minutes.

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SOUTHERN LEAGUE Clifford scores late leveller

Connor Clifford scored a stoppage time leveller for Bideford as they drew 1-1 at Banbury United in the Evo-Stik League Southern Premier.

Banbury went 1-0 up on the hour before Clifford restored parity in the third minute of stoppage time.

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NON LEAGUE Weston-super-Mare 0 Truro City 2

Truro City deservedly claimed their first Blue Square Bet South win of the new season at rainswept Weston-super-Mare.

Summer find Kieffer Moore and fellow striker Stewart Yetton scored with headers for injury-hit City, without skipper Jake Ash and ace Andy Watkins.

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HOWZAT? LING REACTION TO GULLS' BIG WIN

torquay united fc logoTorquay United boss Martin Ling was full of praise for his unbeaten Gulls as they claimed their first League Two win of the new season by beating Rochdale 4-2 at Plainmoor.

Summer signings Billy Bodin and Aaron Downes put United 2-1 up at half time and target man Rene Howe's double made it 4-1 as well as taking his tally to three goals in two games.

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TORQUAY 2 CHELTENHAM 2 - MANAGERS' VIEW

Cheltenham Town's former Torquay striker Chris Zebroski, courtesy tufc, copyright pinnacle photo agencyTorquay United boss Martin Ling admitted a draw was “probably a fair result” following the Gulls’ pulsating 2-2 League Two draw with Cheltenham Town at Plainmoor.

Ling said: “Overall the draw was probably a fair result if I am totally honest because they asked us an awful lot of questions.

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