LEAGUE 2 Torquay United 1 Wycombe Wanderers 2

Torquay United skipper Lee Mansell image courtesy & copyright TUFCTorquay United interim manager Alan Knill will bid to strengthen the plummeting Gulls ahead of Saturday's crunch match at third from bottom Accrington Stanley.

Bereft of midfield dynamo Lee Mansell and central defender Aaron Downes (hamstring) United lost 2-1 at home to Gareth Ainsworth-inspired Wycombe Wanderers last night.


LEAGUE 2 Plymouth Argyle 0 Dagenham & Redbridge 0

Plymouth boss John Sheridan praised his side for their steady improvement and back to back clean sheets.

Sheridan said: "I think we have played better than the previous two games and I never felt we were going to lose the game because we were solid.


DEVON DERBY The Howe and Gow show

Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale was delighted with game changer Alan Gow as the hot shot Scot's 84th minute penalty levelled the first professional Devon derby of 2013 1-1 under lights at Torquay last night.

Tisdale said: "Alan Gow was fantastic for us. We were always going to bring him on at half time, he knew that and was ready. As he proved, he is a very good player if you get the ball to him."


LEAGUE 2 Sheridan delight at winning Argyle start

John Sheridan's managerial reign at Plymouth kicked off with a crucial win over 18th placed Morecambe - sparked by skipper Conor Hourihane's cracking 10th minute opener.

Victory lifts the Pilgrims up to 22nd and out of the bottom two.


LEAGUE 2 Torquay United 2 Dagenham & Redbridge 1

Torquay United winger Danny Stevens, courtesy tufc, copyright pinnacleTorquay United swept up to eighth in League Two following a convincing 2-1 win over Dagenham & Redbridge at Plainmoor.

Gulls boss Martin Ling said: "It's another League Two game that we have had to dig out against a team in a good run of form. We've got back to back wins after disappointing results. It gets us back into the race again and is a good way to kick off December."


WESTERN LEAGUE All Wright on night for soaring Bucks

Striker Chris Wright scored a hat-trick as Newton Abbot's Buckland Athletic beat managerless Barnstaple Town 6-1 at Mill Road in the night's only non-League game in Devon.

The Bucks leap over six teams to 13th in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division following tonight's win.


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