LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 0 Sunderland 0

argyle logo2013Fourth placed Plymouth Argyle remain two points clear of sixth placed Sunderland, who have a game in hand, after they drew 0-0 at Home Park.

Argyle boss Steven Schumacher said: “It was a good performance, at half time I said we needed to concentrate because second half the way both teams have been playing over the past few months one chance was probably going to win it.”


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 0 Saltash United 2

Western LeaguelogoWhile Saltash remain on course for an excellent fourth place finish on their return to the Western League, you get the impression Millbrook can’t wait for the campaign to finish.

In their inaugural season at this level, the small club’s resources on and off the field have been stretched at times and there have been ups and downs in results as a consequence.


KJM SPORT REPORT Millbrook AFC 1 Ashton & Backwell 4

When you’re in something of a slump, two games in four days against teams in the top six might not seem the ideal way to spend your Easter.

But the visit of Saltash United to Jenkins Park on Good Friday (12 noon) and a trip to title chasing Exmouth on Easter Monday could just wake Millbrook from their end of season slumbers.


WESTERN LEAGUE Premier Division round-up week 37

Western LeaguelogoTavistock hold a five-point lead with four games remaining atop the league after a second-half surge saw them win 4-0 at Bitton.

Following 45 goalless minutes, the Lambs went ahead in magnificent fashion soon after the interval when Warren Daw fired into the top corner from well outside the area.


WESTERN LEAGUE First Division round-up week 37

Western LeaguelogoSherborne Town took another step towards claiming the First Division title after securing a battling 3-2 win at home to Oldland Abbotonians.

The Zebras haven’t suffered defeat in the league since early October, so it came as a surprise when they fell behind after 14 minutes with Andy Nash picking up where he left off in midweek with another goal.


WESTERN LEAGUE Premier Division round-up week 36

Western LeaguelogoTavistock stole a march on their title challengers by beating Saltash United 4-1 at Langsford Park under Friday night lights.

The Lambs don’t have the easiest of run-ins but back to back 4-1 home wins will stand them in fine stead over the next couple of weeks.


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