Plymouth Argyle beat Southend in League Two, while Torquay United were the region's only other winners.Read the full story ›
Plymouth's Ben Proud has won gold at the European Championships.
The double Commonwealth champion was competing in the men's 100 metres relay.
The 19-year-old did two lengths of freestyle - helping Britain to its most successful European swimming championships ever.
Torquay United have drawn their third Conference game in a row.
Today's match against Aldershot at Plainmoor finished 1-1.
Courtney Cameron's strike in the 3rd minute was cancelled out twenty minutes from the end.
Former Yeovil Town striker Paddy Madden returned to haunt his old club with a late equalising goal. Exeter City and Torquay also drew.Read the full story ›
Plymouth's Tom Daley has taken silver in the 10 metre platform final at the European Championships in Berlin.
The 20-year-old's best dive was his fifth with a score of 102.60, but he finished 50 points behind Russia's Victor Minibaev.
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World-class diving coach Andy Banks will be staying in Plymouth, thanks to a funding package put together by the City Council in partnership with University of St Mark and St John, Plymouth College and Everyone Active.
Banks, who is the only British diving coach to have coached an Olympic medal-winning diver at London 2012, announced earlier this summer that he was considering a funding offer from Canadian Diving. This would have meant leaving Plymouth in February 2015, when his current contract with British Diving comes to an end.
The news prompted hundreds to sign a petition to keep him in the city and Council Leader Tudor Evans pledged that the Council would exert its influence “to ensure that Andy stays where he belongs”.
Councillor Evans said: “There is no way we want to lose Andy Banks! He is a world-class coach who attracts world-class talent to Plymouth and he has nurtured some of diving’s biggest and best names."
Somerset cricketer Pete Trego has been awarded a benefit season in 2015 by the county club.
The 33 year old all-rounder made his debut fourteen years ago and has played in 467 senior games scoring 17 centuries and taking 544 wickets.