Plymouth Argyle fans showed their support tonight for their troubled neighbours Torquay United as the Gulls took on Boreham Wood at Plainmoor.
More than 100 Pilgrims fans were expected at the match after Torquay lost both their manager and director of football.
Torquay lost the match 2-1 - their goal coming courtesy of Alex Fisher.
West Cornwall Football Club has paid tribute to 20 year old Dave Curnow, who served in Afghanistan and was found unconscious outside the Zone nightclub on Sunday morning. He later died in hospital.
On its Facebook site the club described Dave Curnow as a "promising young talent" and an "amazing human being".
It is with immense sadness today that we have lost not only one of the clubs most promising young talents but an amazing human being.
A huge loss to the West Cornwall family, his country and to everyone who knew him. There aren't enough words to express how we are all feeling but the amazing messages on social media today are a testament to the number of lives that Dave touched.
The clubs thoughts and wishes are obviously with Daves family, girlfriend and close friends at this time. Rest in peace our teammate, friend and hero. We will never forget you and you will always be in our memory.
From everyone at West Cornwall FC x
Two men will appear in court later charged with the murder of the young soldier from Redruth.
These are the words of Torquay United's Director of Football who has resigned, just days after the exit of manager Paul Cox.
Dean Edwards was in joint-temporary charge of the side on Saturday when they were thrashed 7-3 at home to Bromley. The most goals the Gulls have conceded in 20 years.
Now Edwards, who led a summer takeover of the club, has followed the manager he appointed by walking out of Plainmoor.
Torquay Chairman David Phillips has told ITV News the club is looking at a number of people and there is likely to be an appointment within the next few weeks.
Torquay United can confirm that Director of Football, Dean Edwards, has resigned from his position.
Dean himself thought that owing to the financial restraints of the club, the position of Director of Football was unsustainable.
The club would like to put on record their immense thanks for the work that Dean has put in during the last five years. He was, of course, instrumental in forming the consortium that saved the club from closing in June of this year.
We wish him well in his future career and he will continue to help the club in the future as a consultant.
Meanwhile the club will be actively seeking a new manager.
John Ramshaw will continue as caretaker-manager for Tuesday's game against Boreham Wood here at The Launa Windows Stadium when we will be welcoming supporters of fellow West Country clubs such as Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City in true Devonian spirit.
In football, Torquay were in action last night and had to be content with a point. They drew 2 all at Kidderminster. Both Torquay's goals came from James Hurst - who blotted his copybook by conceding a late penalty.
The game was their third draw in a row.
Plymouth Argyle entertain Newport County tomorrow, 29 August.
The Welsh side are managed by the former England player Terry Butcher so it will give the Pilgrims boss Derek Adams the chance to catch up with an old friend.
Exeter City have been knocked out of the Capital One Cup by Premier League Sunderland in a nine goal thriller.
Before the game, the players observed a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the Shoreham Airshow crash, two of whom were footballers.
The Grecians lost 6-3 at the Stadium of Light, ending the West Country's involvement in this season's competition.
Plymouth Argyle are gearing up for their first home league match of the season against Portsmouth. It's become known as the Dockyard Derby.
Manager Derek Adams says despite their south coast rivals beating higher league opposition in the League Cup this week, the Greens are confident of a good result.
Kick off is tomorrow (Saturday 15th August) at 15:00
Torquay United will unveil their new manager Paul Cox at a press conference today.
The 43-year-old former Mansfield Town boss replaces Chris Hargreaves who was placed on gardening leave at the weekend.
Torquay United has new owners. A consortium, led by former Gulls striker Dean Edwards has taken control of the club after reaching an agreement with the remaining Board of Directors at the Launa Windows Stadium.
It is one of the most significant days in the history of Torquay United and gives us all a chance to look forward to a fresh new era after a long period of great uncertainty.
There is still an incredible amount of work to be done, but we now have a chance to move forward.