In football, it's the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy this evening. Exeter City are at home to Aldershot, with Yeovil Town away at Bristol Rovers. Plymouth Argyle and Torquay United were given a bye into the second round.
Exeter City made it a hat-trick of wins after a comfortable 3-0 win over Burton Albion at St James Park.
Jamie Cureton volleyed the Grecians in front in the 19th minute, before turning provider for Arron Davies, who hit his first goal for the club just before half-time.
And substitute John O'Flynn confirmed the three points a minute from time.
Exeter's second away win of the week ended Accrington's 100% winning start to the season.
Alan Gow scored a goal in each half, before substitute Guillem Bauza added a third in stoppage time.
Bauza also had a penalty saved by home goalkeeper Ian Dunbavin.
Three defensive blunders gifted Morecambe the three points at St James Park.
In the 14th minute, defender Craig Woodman played the ball across his own box straight into the path of Andrew Fleming, and he didn't waste his present.
Fleming scored again ten minutes later when Artur Krysiak's attempted clearance hit the striker. City's goalkeeper could only watch as Fleming lobbed the ball over him and into the net.
And just eight minutes later, the Grecians' shocker of a first half was complete when Izak Reid scored after two defenders missed a simple ball into the area.
Swindon Town have signed Exeter City defender Troy Archibald-Henville on a two year contract.
The 23-year old becomes Paolo Di Canio's seventh signing of the summer, joining James Collins, Jay McEveley, Tommy Miller, Alan Navarro, Gary Roberts and Andy Williams at the County Ground.
Archibald-Henville started his career at Tottenham Hotspur. He initially joined Exeter on loan, before signing permanently during the 2009/10 January transfer window. He made over 100 appearances for The Grecians, and was the club's player of the season in 2011/12.
Although out-of-contract, the Devon club will be entitled to a fee for Archibald-Henville's services.
Exeter City Director of Football Steve Perryman has been moved to intensive care following his emergency heart operation. Perryman is recovering at Plymouth's Derriford Hospital after being taken ill during yesterday's game against Sheffield United.
Exeter City's Director of Football Steve Perryman is recovering in hospital after heart surgery. Perryman had an emergency operation last night at Plymouth's Derriford Hospital. He'd been taken ill during yesterday's 2-2 draw with Sheffield United. More details on the club website.
Exeter City's director of football Steve Perryman was taken to hospital after collapsing during today's game with Sheffield United.
The club's official website says he is now comfortable in hospital.
Exeter bowed out from League One with a battling draw against promotion-chasing Sheffield United.
Alan Gow gave the Grecians the lead with a sublime finish. Despite having James Beattie sent off, the Blades hit back with goals from Lee Williamson and Kevin McDonald on either side of half-time.
City rescued a point with Scot Bennett's injury-time header, and they finish the season second from bottom.
Sheffield United missed out on automatic promotion to their rivals Sheffield Wednesday, and they will have to settle for a play-off place.