Yeovil Town's final game in the Championship has ended with a heavy 4-1 defeat to Middlesbrough at Huish Park.
A group of football fans from Bristol are touring all 92 league clubs in the country in just 92 hours.
They set off from Plymouth Argyle's Home Park stadium this morning, and have already visited Yeovil Town and both Bristol clubs.
They're raising money and awareness for an ME charity. Catherine Harley is one of the group, and she's a Yeovil Town fan:
Cannabis plants worth £200,000 have been seized from a house in Yeovil.
Officers found 198 plants at a detached house that had been converted into a cannabis factory in Boundary Close.
A 33-year-old man is in custody for questioning on suspicion of drugs and immigration offences.
The area’s beat manager PC George Pettingell said: “We’re very grateful for help from the public in being our eyes and ears identifying this suspected cannabis factory.
“We take drugs misuse and its associated crime and anti-social behaviour very seriously. If you have any information about drugs in your community, please call us on 101.”
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Yeovil Town Manager Gary Johnson reacts to the two-month delay on the Huish Park development decision, and stresses the club 'can't compete' without the plans being approved.
The decision on whether Yeovil Town will be allowed to develop land around their Huish Park Stadium has been delayed by two months.
The club want to build a shopping complex on their training pitches to help pay for improved facilities at the ground. Today the local council deferred the decision to allow the club time to respond to fears raised by some local residents.
There are worries about the reduction of open spaces and the impact the plans would have on the town centre.
Yeovil Town Football Club will find out later if they'll be allowed to let developers build a supermarket on training pitches at Huish Park.
They say they need the money for a new stand and car park. But opponents are worried about the loss of open space and the effect of another superstore on the town centre.
South Somerset District Council will vote on the plans this afternoon. Yeovil's manager says the club will die if they can't develop:
Yeovil Town Football Club will find out today whether they'll be allowed to let developers build a supermarket on training pitches at Huish Park.
They say they need the money for a new stand and car park. But opponents are worried about loss of open space and the effect of another superstore on the town centre.
Yeovil's battle to stay in the Championship looks like it will go right down to the wire.
Gary Johnson's team conceded late equalisers in their last two games which cost them valuable wins.
On Saturday they play Barnsley, the club immediately below the Glovers in the relegation zone: a must-win match.
And it is an extra special occasion for midfielder Kevin Dawson, who will be playing against his brother.
Yeovil Town play Barnsley in a Championship relegation zone "six pointer" on Saturday.
The result could be decisive for both teams, but it's also an extra special occasion for Yeovil midfielder, Kevin Dawson.
The 23-year-old from Dublin will be lining up against his older brother, Stephen, for the very first time.
15 family members are flying over from Ireland to watch the brothers do battle and Dawson junior admits that his parents "won't know which way to look".
Kevin confesses that they're both "massive mummy's boys" but that his elder sibling enjoys listening to Girls Aloud.