LEAGUE TWO Ling praise for nine-goal Howe

Torquay United skipper Lee Mansell, photo courtesy Tufc, copyright pinnacleTorquay United boss Martin Ling praised top scorer Rene Howe for getting the Gulls off to a flying start in yesterday's 3-1 win over Accrington Stanley.
Howe opened the scoring from a fourth minute penalty at Plainmoor.


FOOTBALL Fletcher praise for Pilgrims progress

plymouth argyle crestPlymouth boss Carl Fletcher praised his young greens as the Pilgrims progressed to the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy area quarter-finals following tonight’s 2-1 home win over Aldershot.

Joe Lennox’s inch perfect pass enabled Paris Cowan-Hall to score after 33 seconds.


LEAGUE TWO Fletcher praise for Griffiths and Cowan-Hall

plymouth argyle football club logoPlymouth Argyle manager Carl Fletcher highlighted the non-stop contribution of scorer Rhys Griffiths and winger Paris Cowan-Hall despite the Pilgrims’ 2-1 home defeat to AFC Wimbledon.

Former Llanelli ace Griffiths followed up his own saved spot kick to make it 1-1 in the 89th minute before Rashid Yussuff’s deflected stoppage time winner for the Dons.


LEAGUE TWO Torquay Utd 4 Aldershot 3 - Ling reaction

Torquay United target man Rene Howe, image courtesy TUFC, copyright pinnacle photo agency ukUnited target man Rene Howe smashed an 89th minute winner to complete an incredible Torquay turnaround.

Gulls boss Martin Ling: “I have never been manager of a side that has come back from 3-0 down to win 4-3 and all I can say is that it shows the character in the dressing room. Unbelievable.”


LEAGUE TWO Plymouth Argyle 1 Southend United 1

plymouth argyle logoPlymouth should have been ahead at half time and deservedly took the lead on 50 minutes when on-loan Burnley forward Alex MacDonald latched on to a Guy Madjo pass before driving the ball underneath United keeper Daniel Bentley.

United’s on-loan Watford striker Britt Assombalonga replied five minutes later with a superb solo goal.


LEAGUE TWO Parkes sparks Rovers belief

plymouth argyle logobristol rovers crestBristol Rovers boss Mark McGhee is hoping Tom Parkes' superb 70th minute leveller will give the Pirates something to build on.

Central defender Parkes’ angled strike - the 20-year-old's first Rovers goal - cancelled out a thumping 30 yard on-the-run opener from Plymouth playmaker Conor Hourihane on 35 minutes.


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