TRURO CITY FC Greenslade set for Rovers return

Truro City FC logoOn-loan Bristol Rovers left back Danny Greenslade set to make last Truro City FC appearance at home to third place Corby Town in Southern Premier.

The 19-year-old to be recalled by Rovers following impressive performances for Steve Tully's seventh placed City side.


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Bristol city fc crestOn-loan Fulham forward Matt Smith scored all four Robins goals as Bristol City won 4-2 at League One rivals Gillingham in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Southern Area final first leg.

The second leg is at Ashton Gate on Tuesday February 3 but more pressingly for Steve Cotterill’s City are important back-to-back home games against Notts County – on Saturday in League One – and Doncaster Rovers, in an FA Cup third round replay next Tuesday.


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Bath City’s reward for a 2-0 win at Bristol Rovers is an FA Trophy second round trip to Conference South rivals Wealdstone FC on Saturday January 10.

2008 finalists Torquay United – now managed by Chris Hargreaves, who played in central midfield for the Gulls at Wembley – host Conference South Bromley in round two following a 5-0 victory at Bishop’s Stortford, the biggest first round win. Bromley beat Leiston FC 2-0 to reach the last 32.


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Exeter City Football Club crestExeter City have completed the re-registration of midfielder David Noble, who will be available to play for Paul Tisdale's Grecians when Northampton Town visit St James Park in League Two on Saturday.

Noble rejoined Exeter from Oldham Athletic on a 93-day emergency loan in September, having previously been on the books at City between 2010 and 2012.  That loan spell and his contract with the Latics ended the day after Exeter’s 2-0 home win against Carlisle United last month.


Sheridan attention focused on Plymouth promotion

Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan has set his sights on promotion from League Two next season.

Sheridan said: “I have got improve on this season and there’s only one place we can finish if we are eighth, ninth or whatever this season. We have got to finish in the top seven next season.


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Bobby Reid image courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREEBristol City boss Steve Cotterill confirms playmaker Bobby Reid can stay on loan at League 2 Plymouth Argyle.

City have a 24-hour recall on Bristol-born Reid, who celebrates his 22nd birthday on February 2.


NON LEAGUE Larkhall eye Western League double

Bath club Larkhall Athletic clinched the Western League championship following a 4-1 midweek win over Hallen.
Larkhall’s home victory – courtesy of goals from Tyler Sibbick 2, Nat Auckland and Steve Bridges – secured the championship and also meant Athletic hit their target of 100 goals with six league games remaining.


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