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Plymouth Argyle have managed to negotiate extra tickets to their League 2 play-off final against AFC Wimbledon at Wembley on Monday 30 May.
The club has persuaded Wembley and Ticketmaster to release the remainder of its share of tickets.
- Category 5: adults - £32; 65 and over, 16 and under - £16
- Category 6: adults - £26; 65 and over, 16 and under - £13
Tickets will be subject to a £2.40 booking fee. They will be on sale through the ticket line 0845 872 3335 or at Home Park until 4pm Saturday, 28 May.
Top scorer Matt Shepherd has become the fourth player from last season's squad to re-sign at Plymouth Albion.
Shepherd, who joined Albion last summer from the Cornish All Blacks, played in all 30 leagues games last season and finished with 188 points, a haul that included 13 tries.
The 26-year-old, who stands 5’ 9", took up the roles of scrum half, wing and full back.
I’m pleased to sign a new contract and excited about pulling on an Albion shirt again.
A few of us from last season have signed new contracts and I hope we can keep the bulk of the squad together.
With the addition of some new faces we will have the ability to push on from last season. I know some of the other teams have recruited well but my aim is to get Albion promoted back to the Championship.
Shepherd is also a crucial member of the Cornwall team and on Sunday will be running out at Twickenham against Cheshire in the final of the County Championship.
People in the Westcountry can get one step closer to the Rio Olympics this summer as an official fanzone comes to Plymouth.
Team GB supporters will be taking over Armada Way as they show live coverage of the Games, as well as other offerings.
Entry will be free, and there will be an opportunity to learn more about how you can participate in some of the Olympic sports on show.
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ITV West Country Reporter Seth Conway has sent this report from Sandy park following their victory over Wasps. The 34-23 result means the Chiefs will face Saracens in next weekend's final at Twickenham.
Twitter has been awash with messages from fans following Exeter Chiefs victory over Wasps at Sandy Park.
The 34 - 23 victory sends the Chiefs to their first ever Premiership Final where they will face reigning Champions and newly crowned European Champions Saracens at Twickenham.
FT Exeter Chiefs 34 Wasps 23 We are on our way to Twickenham!
@exeterchiefs running round screaming! French neighbours must think I'm nuts. Great day great tweeting