HOWZAT? RENE ON TARGET FOR TORQUAY AGAIN

Torquay United target man Rene Howe scored again as Martin Ling’s Gulls beat Exeter City 3-0 at Plainmoor last night.

 

New signing Howe also scored in Saturday’s 2-0 pre-season win over Bristol City and has yet to play a full match for Ling’s new-look Yellows.

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PRE-SEASON FRIENDLIES: ROVERS BEAT BURNLEY

bristol rovers boss paul buckle, courtesy and copyright pinnacle photo agency ukPaul Buckle's Bristol Rovers marked their first pre-season home match at the Memorial Stadium with a 2-0 win over Championship side Burnley.

Matt Harrold and his 61st replacement Eliot Richards scored for the Pirates, who have completed the signing of teenage defender Michael Boateng.

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LING OUTLINES PLANS AND PRIORITIES

new torquay united manager masrtin ling, courtesy and copyright pinnacle photo agency uk

Torquay United manager Martin Ling hopes to name his assistant within the week.

The affable new Gulls boss made a sunshine start to his first Plainmoor press call yesterday as he outlined his immeidate priorities.

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BUCKLE FOCUSED ON BUILDING ON 2-0 LEAD

torquay united boss paul buckle, courtesy & copyright pinnacle photo agency ukTorquay United will take a two-goal advantage into their League Two semifinal second leg at Shrewsbury Town following last night's 2-0 Plainmoor victory.

Chris Zebroski spun on the ball to fire in his 15th Gulls goal of the season in the 29th minute before Eunan O'Kane smashed in an inch perfect grasscutter, on the run, from 25 yards to double United's tally in the third and final minute of first half stoppage time.

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ILFRACOMBE WIN LES PHILLIPS CUP

Ilfracombe Town beat Cadbury Heath 3-1 to win the Les Phillips Cup for the first time infront of 410 at Wells City FC.

 

Goals by Shaun Lewis (2) and Steve Holland enabled the high flying Bluebirds to overcome a First Division Cadbury Heath side that had already upset Town’s Premier Division rivals Willand Rovers and Odd Down on their way to the final.

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GREENS GREAT SHOUT AT GREAT ESCAPE - REID

plymouth argyle manager peter reidPlymouth Argyle boss Peter Reid believes the relegation haunted greens have given themselves "a great shout" at escaping relegation from League One following back-to-back Easter wins.

With three games to go, Reid's greens are three points from safety with a match in hand over their relegation rivals following a 1-0 home win over play off chasing MK Dons.

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