Plymouth Argyle made it five wins in a row at Home Park after comfortably beating Cheltenham 3-0.
Reuben Reid and Peter Hartley scored in the first-half, with Lewis Alessandra adding a third fifteen minutes from the end.
Argyle remain 6th in League Two, four points behind leaders Luton.
Exeter City travel to Morecambe tomorrow lunchtime (1pm).
But Yeovil Town's miserable season continues after they suffered a heavy 3-0 home defeat to Rochdale. The Glovers are now just one point off the bottom of League One.
Willand Rovers' FA Cup dream is over after they lost 3-1 at home to Gosport in the fourth qualifying round.
Torquay United lost 2-0 at Conference rivals Aldershot.
Dorchester are also out after losing 7-1 at home to Bristol Rovers.
But Weymouth are in the hat after drawing 0-0 with Braintree. The draw for the first round is on Monday evening, with Weymouth's replay on Tuesday.
Exeter Chiefs have secured their first win in the European Challenge Cup. Rob Baxter's men scored five tries in a 33-13 success over Connacht at Sandy Park.
In the British and Irish Cup, Plymouth Albion lost 22-16 at home to Jersey.
And the Cornish Pirates entertain Cross Keys tomorrow.
A man has been released without charge after a murder inquiry in Saltash was dropped.
Police were called to a building in Alamein Court on Thursday night, where a 50-year-old woman was found dead.
A post mortem has found there were no suspicious circumstances.
Police have launched a murder investigation following an incident near St Keverne, Helston this morning.
Officers were called to a rural property outside the village just after 9am after being alerted by the ambulance service that a man had suffered a serious chest injury.
The injured man was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.
A 28-year–old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder and taken into police custody.
A man has died in a crash on the A30 in North Cornwall.
Emergency services were called to the westbound carriageway near the Tolvaddon junction just before 6pm last night after reports of a collision between a car and a lorry.
The front seat passenger of the car, a man in his sixties, died at the scene. The female driver received minor injuries and was taken to Treliske for treatment. The lorry driver was uninjured.
The road was closed for several hours. Police are appealing for witnesses to contact them on 101.
A 23-year-old man has died after going for a swim in the middle of the night in Newquay.
Police and coastguards were called out to Towan Beach just before 3am this morning.
A search of the sea and local beaches led to the unnamed man being found near Great Western beach. He was taken to Treliske Hospital by the search and rescue helicopter, where he later died. His next of kin have been informed.
The death is not being treated as suspicious and the police are now investigating on behalf of HM Coroner.
Cornish MP Andrew George says he's had assurances from Health Chiefs ahead of the arrival of two ships from Sierra Leone in Falmouth.
He's been told a range of measures will be put in place to ensure public safety.
The ships are due to arrive in the middle of next month.
A plan to build a wind farm at Week St Mary in North Cornwall - comprising eleven 125 metre wind turbines - has been turned down.
The decision to reject the Big Field Wind Farm planning application was taken by Cornwall Council’s strategic planning committee at a meeting in Truro today.
Whilst I don’t have a say over planning decisions, I have been raising local people’s concerns with Cornwall Council planners and urged them to listen to the people living near the site rather than comments from those living hundreds of miles away.
Local Cornwall Councillors, who are properly elected to make planning decisions, have listened to all the evidence and have decided to reject this application.
This sends a clear message to the developer Good Energy that, after careful consideration and based on the legal planning considerations, a judgement was made by those elected to represent local people that the plans were not appropriate.
The RBL's Giant Poppy Run kicked off today. Here is their planned route and arrival/departure times for Saturday (timings approximate)
- — St Blazeyvia Summercourt/A30 — 08:45
- 09:52 — Camborne Square —10:37
- 11:00 — Helston Tesco —12:30
- 12:53 — Sithians Village —13:53
- 14:05 — Penryn ASDA —14:35
- 14:55 — Truro Piazza —15:25