SW FOOTBALL Friday update - state of play ...

I plan to post tomorrow's SWSN football fixtures overnight so PLEASE if you know of any pitch inspections, or games being called off tweet @swsportsnews so our football followers – and in most cases your supporters – get early notice of the state of play.

Kevin Marriott - Cornish Guardian, Cornishman and West Briton sports editor - kindly informed me early yesterday that tonight's Elburton Villa versus Bodmin Town South West Peninsula Premier match has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Haye Road.

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FA VASE Larkhall issue snow-clearing rallying call

plain ham under snow, tracey hallThe arctic weather conditions continue to cause problems for sports teams today and those looking ahead to big games on Saturday.

Super supporters – as they proved last weekend by pitching in at rugby grounds in South Wales (notably Cardiff Blues) and football grounds at Salisbury City and Newport County – can play their part in whether games go ahead or not.

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SWSN EXCLUSIVE Sheridan to become new Argyle boss

John Sheridan is set to become the new Plymouth Argyle manager.

South West Sports News understands the 48-year-old former Oldham Athletic and Chesterfield boss has impressed Argyle officials in interview today and is odds-on favourite for the vacant Pilgrims post.

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PLYMOUTH ARGYLE Sheridan ushers in new belief

John Sheridan's reign as new Plymouth Argyle manager kicks off at home to Morecambe today (Home Park 1500).

It promises to be another captivating chapter for the Pilgrims and their self-proclaimed Green Army of supporters.

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SW FOOTBALL New Year's Day fixtures update

It may be New Year's Day but some of the region's non-League football fans are experiencing a groundhog, deja vu, day.

Torrential rain caused the postponement of a dozen of today's scheduled Western League NYD fixtures, including a handful of Premier Division matches, by mid-afternoon yesterday.

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