Exeter's Manager Paul Tisdale gives his verdict after last night's 1 nil defeat against Torquay
Torquay's Assistant Manager Shaun Taylor gives his views on last night's 1 nil win over Exeter
Torquay United were victorious in tonight's Devon derby against Exeter City.
Rene Howe scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot in the 17th minute after Billy Bodin was brought down by Steve Tully in the box.
Torquay have taken the lead against at St James' Park. Rene Howe scored from the penalty spot after Billy Bodin was brought down by Steve Tully.
Torquay United's manager is not at tonight's Devon derby with Exeter.
Martin Ling complained of headaches yesterday and spent the night in hospital. He was discharged today and is recuperating at home. It's not known what was wrong with him.
Torquay's assistant manager Shaun Taylor, the former Exeter City captain, takes charge of The Gulls.
John Sheridan remains unbeaten as Argyle manager, but would have been disappointed not to beat relegation rivals Accrington Stanley.
The visitors had the best chance of the first half. Former Southampton and England striker James Beattie saw his header cleared off the line by Onismor Bhasera.
Bhasera almost gave the Pilgrims the lead early in the second half, but his shot was tipped around the post by Cameron Belford.
New Plymouth signing Anthony Charles had the ball in the net midway through the second-half, but his header, from a Ronan Murray free-kick, was disallowed.
Another new player, Reuben Reid, also went close to breaking the deadlock, but in the end Argyle had to settle for a point.
With bottom club Bristol Rovers winning at Rotherham, it's getting very tight at the foot of the table.
Plymouth Albion lost at home to fellow Championship strugglers Moseley, despite leading by two Paul Roberts' penalties.
The visitors scored two kicks of their own in the last five minutes of the match to win the game.
Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan is continuing to shake up his squad as the club seek to retain their Football League status. Former Argyle trainee Reuben Reid today returned to Home Park for a second spell, while Sheridan has told Rhys Griffiths he has no future with the club.
Another signing is Anthony Charles who recently had his contract terminated by Northampton Town.
Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan is hoping to make it two wins out of two at Home Park tomorrow when the Pilgrims host fellow League Two strugglers Accrington Stanley.
Argyle beat Morecambe two weeks ago to ease their relegation fears but last week's trip to Southend was postpooned due to the weather.
But Sheridan is confident that his squad is well prepared to face Accrington tomorrow.