PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 1 BRADFORD CITY 0

plymouth argyle logoPlymouth boss Carl Fletcher praised resurgent Argyle for extending their unbeaten League Two run following Juvhel Tsoumou's first goal for the greens since joining them on loan from Preston North End.

Fletcher said: "It was a big win for us. We will take confidence from being four unbeaten - two wins and two draws - and look ahead to Hereford on Friday now.

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PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 1 BRISTOL ROVERS 1

Plymouth Argyle edged up a place to 21st in League Two following their 1-1 draw with Bristol Rovers and an 84th minute leveller for French central defender Maxine Blanchard.

Blanchard scored after seeing his 18th minute header come back off the bar, four minutes after Rovers top scorer Matt Harrold headed his 13th goal of the season.

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LING PRAISE FOR MANSELL WINNER

torquay united skipper lee mansell, courtesy pinnacle A smash of brilliance from Gulls skipper Lee Mansell brightened up sixth placed Torquay United’s scrappy 1-0 home win over second from bottom Dagenham & Redbridge.

United boss Martin Ling said: “It was a great winner, it stood out as bright spot and Lee has now got nine goals now.”

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MAYNARD STRIKES IN NICK OF TIME

bristol city fc badgeTransfer-listed Nicky Maynard scored Bristol City’s late winner as the Robins beat Millwall 1-0 at Ashton Gate in front of 12,410 last night.

Maynard's close range finish to convert Albert Adomah’s cross in the third minute of stoppage time enables Derek McInnes’ resurgent Robins to hop above the Lions and up to 19th place in the 24-team division.

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PLYMOUTH ARGYLE 1, TORQUAY UNITED 2

Torquay United skipper Lee Mansell hit a 64th minute winner as the Gulls soared to ninth in League Two following their first Devon derby double over Plymouth since 1971.

Midfielder Mansell first timed Eunan O'Kane's inch perfect cut back from the byline to fire the Gulls 2-0 up and earn the praise of United boss Martin Ling.

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SEAGULLS SOAR TO SEVENTH

Weston-super-Mare swept up to seventh in Blue Square Bet South following today’s 1-0 win at 10th placed Truro City.

Arran Pugh’s 88th minute own goal separated the sides at Treyew Road.

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