Four friends plan to visit all 92 league grounds in just 92 hours
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.
The most famous event in the horse racing calendar takes place tomorrow - and there are high hopes that Somerset trainer Philip Hobbs may produce a winner.
He's got two horses running in the Grand National and expectations are high following success at the Cheltenham Festival.
Bob Cruwys went to meet him at his stables near Minehead:
The Devon School Games are coming to Plymouth this year. They will take place on 25 June, at locations across the city including Plymouth's Life Centre. More than two thousand children from across the county will be competing.
It's been announced that the Tour of Britain will return to Devon in September 2014. The fifth stage of the event will start in Exmouth and finish in Exeter. Last year's event was worth almost six million pounds to the local economy and attracted thousands of spectators.
There was disappointment for the students of Exeter College who lost 17-16 to Trent College at Twickenham in the final of the NatWest Schools Vase competition.
In the Championship, two second half goals by Chris O'Grady and others by Liam Lawrence and Dale Jennings proved decisive in the relegation battle at Huish Park. Yeovil Town lost 4-1 to Barnsley in a match crucial to their chances of staying up. Luke Ayling got the Yeovil goal.
In League Two, Exeter City conceded a goal just before half time to Accrington Stanley at St James's Park and thats the way it finished.
At the bottom of the table, Torquay went down 1-0 at Southend.
Plymouth Argyle didn't have a game because scheduled opponents Chesterfield are playing in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final on Sunday.