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Yeovil Town's Championship survival hopes were severely dented last night, but Plymouth Argyle have edged closer to the League 2 play-offs.
All three of Devon's Football League teams suffered defeats, but Yeovil's Championship survival battle received a boost at Blackpool.
Good Friday will see all of our football teams in action. Yeovil, who are bottom of the Championship, travel to Blackburn Rovers. Play off chasing Plymouth are also in the North West to face Bury.
Exeter are away to Chesterfield, while Torquay, who could still stay up, host Dagenham and Redbridge at Plainmoor.
It's a busy weekend of sport. The region's football teams all have two games each, with Torquay United and Exeter City fighting for their Football League survival.
Grecians' boss Paul Tisdale says he never expected to be involved in a relegation battle, but the team will become stronger if they can get through it.
A young Plymouth athlete has been given the honour of carrying the Commonwealth Games baton in a special relay - to welcome in this year's games.
Taekwondo star Katie Bradley is the third best in the world at her level having just won bronze at the Junior World Championships. Jacquie Bird reports.
Plymouth athlete Katie Bradley has been selected to carry the baton welcoming the Commonwealth Games to the city.
The 17-year-old is now number three in the world for her weight in Taekwondo, after coming back with a bronze medal from the World Junior Championships in Chinese Taipei last month.
Plymouth Albion head coach James Shanahan has continued building his squad for next season by capturing the signatures of three new players.
Albion's back row options will be enhanced by the arrival of 22-year-old Alistair Bone, who has just graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in Sport Management.
The third new signing, 23-year-old Tom Cowan-Dickie, is already well known to Albion fans having been dual registered with Exeter Chiefs for the last two seasons.
Cowan-Dickie has been restricted by injury this season and has made just two league appearances during the current campaign.
– James Shanahan, Plymouth Albion head coach
Josh is a very lively 9 with lots of pace and power. He impressed me last year in the Junior World Cup playing for Wales.
Ali is a very powerful and dynamic back row player who has the ability to cover the whole of the back row which will gives us versatility.
Tom is a very powerful rugby player and will bring that to our front row next season.
We have lacked strong ball carriers in that department and I feel Tom can bring that to our game.
It shows the strong link we have with Exeter and I'm looking forward to having Tom with us as a full time Albion player.