WESTERN PREMIER Saltash Utd 2 Tavistock AFC 0

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It might have taken them more than an hour to break the deadlock, but once they did, Saltash blossomed and should have won by a bigger margin on their return to the Western League after 14 years.

Central defender Callum O’Brien’s looping header from Jarrad Woods’ long range free kick gave the Ashes the breakthrough on 61 minutes and super sub Scott Crocker doubled the lead nine minutes later.

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PRE-SEASON Ivybridge Town AFC 1 Plymouth Parkway 2

Callum Hall goal tomfinnieThe non-League Plymouth football pre-season kicked off with Lee Hobbs' Southern League new boys Parkway winning 2-1 at Ivybridge.

The match, which was watched by Plymouth Argyle manager Ryan Lowe, provided an excellent work-out for Darren Stewart's Ivies, who compete in South West Peninsula Premier East.

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LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 1 Sunderland 3

Lee Johnson’s Sunderland secured a League One play-off place following a 3-1 win at Plymouth.

Lynden Gooch – a thorn in Plymouth’s side throughout – set up both of Sunderland’s late goals.

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LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 2 Accrington Stanley 2

Ryan Lowe’s Plymouth Argyle had to come back twice to draw 2-2 with in-form League One Accrington Stanley at Home Park.

On-loan Wolves striker Niall Ennis made his impact felt with Argyle’s 78th minute goal only 10 minutes after his introduction finishing off a superb passing move with a crisp, measured strike.

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LEAGUE ONE Plymouth Argyle 1 Crewe Alexandra 1

argyle logo2013Luke Jephcott claimed his 15th goal of the season as Plymouth Argyle drew 1-1 with Crewe Alexandra at Home Park.

Hotshot Jephcott coolly slotted home an 11th minute penalty after Conor Grant was felled by Luke Offord.

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WOMENS FOOTBALL Salmon fires City into cup semis

Continental CupBristol City Women are through to the Super League Cup semi-finals following a 2-1 win over Aston Villa Women behind closed doors at Twerton Park.

Striker Ebony Salmon was City's ace and matchwinner scoring twice within three minutes (55,58) to fire the Robins 2-0 up in the cup.

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