Hodges grounded as White Tigers roar to four

Truro City manager Lee Hodges, photo courtesy & copyright DAVE ROWNTREETruro City boss Lee Hodges is grounded despite the White Tigers roaring up to National League South fourth spot on the back of four wins in a row.

City supporters are in seventh heaven following a 7-2 win over Whitehawk.


TORQUAY UNITED start new season at home to Tranmere

the National League logoKevin Nicholson’s new-look Torquay United FC will host Tranmere Rovers at Plainmoor on the opening day of the new 2017-18 National League football season, Saturday August 5 (1500ko).

Tranmere finished runners-up in the league last term and 3-1 beaten play-off finalists by another set of Rovers, Gloucestershire’s Forest Green at Wembley.


LEAGUE 1 Playmaker Carey commits to Plymouth

Graham Carey Plymouth Argyle Football Club playmaker, courtesy & copyright Dave Rowntree/PAFCPlymouth Argyle playmaker has committed his future to Derek Adams' newly promoted League One Pilgrims.

The 28-year-old Dubliner penned a new "significantly improved" contract this morning as the greens returned for pre-season training.


Opening SW fixtures in new-look National League South

the National League logoThere will be increased South West non-league football interest in new-look National League South for the 2017-18 season – especially after today’s fixtures were announced.

Newly promoted Chippenham Town FC will start the season at home to Havant & Waterlooville on Saturday August 5.


Adams urges Argyle to chase down Donny

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestPlymouth Argyle boss Derek Adams will urge his newly promoted Pilgrims to try and catch League Two leaders Doncaster Rovers in the final three matches of the season.

Argyle clinched their first promotion in 13 years by sweeping to a 6-1 home win over relegation haunted Newport while Doncaster lost 1-0 at home to play-off chasing Blackpool on Easter Monday.


PLYMOUTH ARGYLE "homecoming" for winger Wylde

Plymouth Argyle Football Club crestYou could be forgiven for detecting a sense of unfinished business surrounding forward-thinking Gregg Wylde’s return to Plymouth Argyle.

Wylde’s last game in green was the Pilgrims 2-0 Wembley final play-off defeat by AFC Wimbledon but – via social media if nothing else – the popular 26-year-old Scottish winger has “stayed in touch” with Argyle’s promotion, new signings... and supporters.


Nicholson praises Torquay United balancing act

TUFC club crestKevin Nicholson hailed his Torquay United team as they claimed their first win of 2017, a 3-1 National League home victory over Gateshead.

United edged up to 17th, four points above the bottom four, by halting a losing streak of three games.


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