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Waldrom's double keeps Chiefs on course for play-offs

Thomas Waldrom scored two tries for Exeter Chiefs at Saracens. Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Archive

Exeter Chiefs look on course for the play-offs after a 24-20 win at rivals Saracens.

Thomas Waldrom's second try ten minutes from the end secured the victory.

With one game to go, the Chiefs are one of three teams fighting for the last two places.

You can watch highlights of the game on ITV4 at 8pm.

James Brent on his hopes for Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle owner and chairman, James Brent talks to our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth about his ambitions for his club, as they prepare to face Wycombe in the League Two play-off semi-finals.

We agreed that making the play-offs was the minimum that we wanted to achieve. But it's certainly not our aspiration - our aspiration is to get promoted beyond League One to the Championship.

– James Brent, Plymouth Argyle owner and chairman

Watch the full interview here.

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Tom Daley wins gold with new 'firework' dive

Tom Daley holds his gold medal after winning the men's 10m platform final during the FINA Diving World Series at London Aquatics Centre. Credit: John Walton/PA

Plymouth diver Tom Daley has won his first world title for more than two years.

Daley, who won Olympic bronze at London 2012, won gold in the 10 metre platform competition at the World Series event at the same venue. His new 'firework' dive helped him beat the leading Chinese divers who have dominated the sport in recent years.

Fans queue to get Argyle play off semi-final tickets

Fans have been queueing up all morning Credit: ITV News West Country

Fans have been queuing up this morning to get their hands on tickets for the first leg of Plymouth Argyle's play off semi-final with Wycombe.

The Pilgrims booked their place after beating Shrewsbury 2-0 on Saturday. The match is at Home Park on Saturday.

The play off semi-final with Wycombe will take place on Saturday Credit: ITV News West Country

Fans face problems buying Argyle tickets online

Tickets for the first leg of Plymouth Argyle's play off semi-final with Wycombe went on sale this morning.

But fans trying to buy tickets online have faced technical problems, with Argyle tweeting advice:

The Pilgrims booked their place after beating Shrewsbury 2-0 on Saturday. The match with Wycombe takes place at Home Park on Saturday.

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