Torquay United Football Club have announced that Thea Bristow will take over as chairwoman with immediate effect.
Torquay United, Exeter City and Yeovil Town were all knocked out of the FA Cup at the first hurdle.
Torquay's fantastic victory
Torquay United and Plymouth Argyle both need a point to guarantee them league football next season.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth is at Plainmoor for the visit of Bristol Rovers and spoke to fans before the game:
It's the final day of the football season in Leagues One and Two.
The battle to beat the drop into the Conference has gone right to the wire. Torquay United and Plymouth Argyle both need a point to be absolutely sure of avoiding relegation.
Two from SEVEN teams could go down. At the moment, Aldershot and Wimbledon occupy the two bottom places, but it could all change by 5pm.
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Plymouth Argyle and Torquay United will go into their final games of the season tomorrow still looking to secure their Football League status. And it's not just uncertainty on the pitch. Both clubs still haven't confirmed who their managers will be next season.
Ahead of this weekend's match, Torquay United's Chief Executive Andrew Candy talks about the "massive game" at Plainmoor.
Elliott Benyon scored Torquay's first goal last night in their 3-2 win against Barnet.
After beating Barnet 3-2 last night, Torquay United's Interim Manager Alan Knill gives his reaction. The team now look to playing Morecambe on Saturday.
The Gulls beat Barnet 3-2 in their relegation 'six pointer' and move up to 20th in League Two, but just one point above the relegation zone with two games to go.
Elliot Benyon, Billy Bodin and Brian Saah scored the goals at Plainmoor.
Plymouth Argyle won 2-1 at Chesterfield thanks to first-half goals from Joe Bryan and Curtis Nelson. They're up to 17th.
In League One, Lee Johnson was victorious over his father Gary as Oldham beat Yeovil 1-0 at Boundary Park.
Jake Hyde gets his second of the night for Barnet to narrow the scoreline at Plainmoor to 3-2.
Nail-biting last ten minutes ahead!
Chants of 'we are staying up' ring around Plainmoor as Brian Saah heads home Torquay's third goal of the night to lead Barnet 3-1.
Two goals within a minute at Plainmoor. One for both sides. Jake Hyde levelled for Barnet after the home defence appeared to not react to a cross leaving Hyde to head home. But moments later Billy Bodin fire in from 25 yards to restore Torquay's lead.
Chesterfield have also pulled a goal back against Plymouth, through a Guy Branston own goal.