Adams praise as Hartley sends PAFC back to Wembley

Plymouth Argyle central defender Peter Hartley courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREEPlymouth Argyle FC manager Derek Adams lauded matchwinner Peter Hartley for the dramatic stoppage time winner which sealed the greens' League Two play-off place.

Adams' Argyle and an anticipated 35,000 fans will now make the Monday May 30 pilgrimage to Wembley, where the opponents will be Accrington Stanley or AFC Wimbledon.


NLS Hayes & Yeading United FC 2 Truro City FC 2

Truro City 125 logoTruro City extended their impressive National League South run to 11 matches following a 2-2 comeback draw at Hayes & Yeading United.

Recalled City stalwart Jake Ash completed Truro’s turnaround heading home in the last minute of normal time before four minutes of stoppage time as City swept back up to sixth.


DEVON DERBY Plymouth Argyle FC 1 Exeter City FC 2

Leaders Plymouth Argyle three-match winning League 2 run was ended 2-1 by Devon rivals Exeter City in front of 14008 at Home Park after midfielder Ryan Harley put City 2-0 up at half time.

The City playmaker’s 30th minute opener came after Argyle right back Kelvin Mellor fouled City forward David Wheeler on the six yard box.


PRE-SEASON Plymouth Argyle 2 Reading U21s 1

Plymouth Argyle club crestReuben Reid signalled his Home Park pre-season return in typical fashion, with a superb 87th minute winning goal as Plymouth Argyle beat resolute Reading Under 21s 2-1.

The prolific Argyle ace spun on to a Graham Carey pass, beat his marker on the edge of the box before drilling the winner into the corner.


LEAGUE 2 Plymouth Argyle 0 Luton Town 1

Plymouth Argyle FC crestInjury-hit Argyle were undone by Andy Drury's measured 22nd minute strike through a crowded penalty area as the greens failed to clear their lines following a corner.

The Pilgrims had plenty of first half opportunities to have won the game with new loan signing Olly Lee and skipper Curtis Nelson forcing good saves from Hatters keeper Mark Tyler.


FA CUP Bristol City 2 Doncaster Rovers 0

Bristol City FC club crestJay Emmanuel-Thomas’s winning replay double fired Bristol City through to a lucrative home FA Cup fourth tie against West Ham United at Ashton Gate on Sunday January 25 (1400).

The 24-year-old target man headed City’s 36th minute opener following a corner, and relentless pressure against their League 1 rivals.


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