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It's being widely reported Swindon Town's head coach Luke Williams is leaving the club after relegation from League One.Read the full story ›
Plymouth's international diving coach Andy Banks is leaving the city to become part of Australia's coaching team. It means that Andy, who brought through the home grown talents of Tom Daley, Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow amongst many thousands of other young divers, will be leaving British Diving. He spoke to our reporter Jacquie Bird.
Bristol City forward Tammy Abraham has said it would be nice to return to the club in the future as he prepares for his final game before returning to Chelsea.
Abraham was speaking at the club's training ground ahead of the final match of the season this Sunday. City host Birmingham at Ashton Gate and while they are assured of Championship football next season, their opponents need a win to ensure survival. The fixture has drawn added attention since Harry Redknapp took over at Birmingham, bringing with him former City boss Steve Cotterill as his assistant.
The loanee has scored 26 goals this season and played a major role in ensuring their survival in the Championship. Speaking on Thursday morning the 19 year old said he had enjoyed his first full season of men's football and didn't rule out a return to Ashton Gate at some point:
All Blacks fear his "world-class" impact of Taulupe Faletau for the British and Irish Lions, according to Shane Williams.Read the full story ›
Torquay United have completed a miraculous escape with a win on the final day of the National League season.
The Gulls defeated North Ferriby United 2-0 at Plainmoor to finish comfortably outside the relegation places.
It was their third win on the bounce and completed a miraculous turn-around for manager Kevin Nicholson and his team.
Jeff Welch spoke to fans and players as the celebrations began at the final whistle this afternoon.
The 28th World Pilot Gig Championships are underway on the Isles of Scilly, bringing competition and custom to South West.Read the full story ›
The moment the Chiefs and England star found out - watching on TV with his Exeter teammates - was filmed and shared on Twitter.Read the full story ›
Who was selected and who narrowly missed out on Lions Tour 2017 selection.Read the full story ›
Tall ships are lining up in Torbay for the start of a 10,000 mile race across the Atlantic. They're due to leave around 2pm to head for the official start line some five miles offshore.
The vessels will first head to Sines in Portugal and then race to Bermuda. Then they will head north to Boston, USA and on to Canada, where they will converge on Quebec City, to celebrate Canada 150 – the anniversary of the Canadian confederation. After that, the ships vessels sail to Nova Scotia before racing back to the final port of Le Havre in France.
The Rendez-vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta is organised by Sail Training International.The whole event is scheduled to take five months.