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.
Parents angry at plans to demolish their children's primary school held a protest in mid-Devon today.
Chagford Church of England Primary School was built in the 1930's but at meeting on Tuesday, parents say they were told that Government's Education Funding Agency has plans to knock the old building down and build a new, smaller school on the playing fields.
If the work goes ahead, building will start in July next year ready for the new school opening in 2016.
Today, parents held a small demonstration outside the front of the school on Dartmoor. They're hoping others will join their campaign to encourage school governors to reverse the decision and instead make plans to continue refurbishing the old school building.
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A woman who killed her sick mother in what she believed was an "act of mercy" has had her life sentence cut. Angela Douglas held a pillow over the face of Ann Matthews who was housebound at her home in Plymouth.
Douglas was jailed for a minimum of 12 years after being convicted of murder. That's been reduced to seven years after an appeal.
This afternoon will see outbreaks of rain, drying up towards the evening. Tonight will be dry, but cold.
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