LAST NIGHT'S FOOTBALL: DORCHESTER AND TRURO DRAW

Teenage striker Ben Dickenson scored an 87th minute leveller for seventh placed Dorchester Town as they drew 3-3 with Farnborough at the Avenue in Blue Square Bet South.

The Magpies – who won 1-0 at Maidenhead on Saturday – made it five matches unbeaten in a month since their goalless draw at Chelmsford City on Monday November 7.

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ROBINS SOAR TO TOP OF TABLE

Bideford soared level top of Evo-Stik League Southern Division One South & West following last night’s 1-0 win at Cinderford.

Kevin Squire scored the 59th minute winner, as Sean Joyce’s Robins racked up their third win in a row to join leaders Hungerford Town on 35 points from 15 matches.

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YOUR SWSN GUIDE TO FA CUP TWEETERS

It’s FA Cup first round day and here at South West Sports News we wanted to take a left-field approach.

So here is our at-a-glance guide to the tweeters to follow if you support a #swfootball side competing in the country’s top domestic knockout competition - and ofcourse you can also follow them during the league campaign!

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FLETCHER WELCOMES FIRST ARGYLE WIN

plymouth argyle football club crestNew caretaker player-manager Carl Fletcher was full of praise for Plymouth Argyle as they beat visiting Macclesfield Town 2-0 to claim their first League Two win of the season.

Former club captain Fletcher, assisted by caretaker-keeper Romain Larrieu, said: "It's our first game, a good starting block and nice to get a clean sheet but a bonus to get three points. It gives us something to build on.

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BATH CITY DRAW WITH UNBEATEN LUTON

 

bath city striker lee phillips, image courtesy simon howeBath City drew 1-1 at home to new Blue Square Bet Premier leaders Luton Town thanks to a 72nd minute leveller from striker Lee Phillips.

 

Adie Britton's Romans belied their basement position by rallying from 1-0 down after Hatters forward Amari Morgan-Smith fired the visitors ahead in the 45th minute.

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REID CALLS FOR HOME PARK PILGRIMAGE

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Plymouth Argyle manager Peter Reid has appealed to the club's supporters - the self-styled Green Army - to turn up in their thousands for today's home npower League 2 opener against Rotherham United (Home Park, 1500).

Reid's new-look young greens' squad has been boosted by the arrival of Hull City midfielder Will Atkinson on a season-long loan - and Reid is hoping his side can be cheered to victory.

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