WESTERN PREMIER Saltash United 5 Welton Rovers 0

When Saltash were beaten 2-0 at home by Ilfracombe on Thursday April 18, manager Macca Brown assured supporters that the players would not be allowed to end the season with a whimper.

He’s kept his word, with his young team putting together three successive home wins in a week, scoring 12 goals without conceding.


CHAMPIONSHIP Plymouth Argyle 1 Leicester City 0

Relegation haunted Plymouth Argyle defied the odds to beat Championship leaders Leicester City 1-0 thanks to Mustapha Bundu’s brilliant 21st minute winner.

Managerless Argyle climbed to 16th following two wins and a draw, under the caretaker management team of director of football Neil Dewsnip and first team coach Kevin Nancekivell.


CHAMPIONSHIP Plymouth Argyle 1 QPR 1

Managerless Plymouth Argyle claimed a crucial 85th minute leveller to draw 1-1 with Championship relegation rivals Queens Park Rangers.

The draw means Argyle's interim management team - director of football Neil Dewsnip and first team coach Kevin Nancekivell - helped enable the Greens' first home point in six games at Home Park.


SWPL EAST Bishops Lydeard 0 Ivybridge Town 2

IVYBRIDGE Town clinched the East Division championship of the South West Peninsula League with their 2-0 away win over Bishops Lydeard on Saturday.

They took a fifth minute lead with a shot from Bailey Mabin and wrapped up the victory when Chris Wright scored with an excellent free kick in the 86th minute.


WESTERN PREMIER Helston AFC 4 Saltash United 0

Helston maintained their three point lead over neighbours Falmouth at the Western League summit with a comfortable victory over manager Matt Cusack’s former club.

With six games to go, Helston are top on 69 points and a superior goal difference of 20; Falmouth have 66 points.


CHAMPIONSHIP Plymouth Argyle 0 Bristol City 1

Bristol City striker Nahki Wells scored a 57th minute winner to condemn relegation haunted Plymouth Argyle to their fifth home Championship defeat without scoring - resulting in the departure of greens head coach Ian Foster.

Director of football Neil Dewsnip and first team coach Kevin Nancekivell now take charge of fourth-from-bottom Argyle ahead of Friday's must-win televised match at basement side Rotherham United.


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