Argyle Ladies say goodbye to trio but welcome new club secretary
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Argyle Ladies say goodbye to trio but welcome new club secretary

PLYMOUTH Argyle Ladies have lost last season’s supporters’ player-of-the-year Leah Burridge and promising youngsters Leah Johnson and Beth Everson. However, the club used their first training session back since the coronavirus lockdown to have a look at potential new players. The club had more than 30 current players and trialists attend their first session back … Continue reading

Plymouth athletes suffer major blow as Life Centre will stay shut until April 2021
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Plymouth athletes suffer major blow as Life Centre will stay shut until April 2021

PLYMOUTH’S international swimmers and divers have suffered a major blow just one year out from the re-scheduled Tokyo Olympic Games with news that the Life Centre will not re-open until April 2021. Plymouth City Council has confirmed that urgent work is needed on the multi-million pound eight-year-old building, which has been closed since March due … Continue reading

Ivybridge have a new senior team after Plymouth Albion Ladies move to Cross-in-Hand
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Ivybridge have a new senior team after Plymouth Albion Ladies move to Cross-in-Hand

IVYBRIDGE RFC will have a senior women’s team next season following Plymouth Albion Ladies’ decision to move to Cross-in-Hand. Albion have been training at Ivybridge for the past season and they have admitted the facilities at the South Hams club, which includes an RFU artificial pitch, and the community spirit there had a ‘significant impact’ … Continue reading

Argyle Ladies cannot wait to get back into action after green light was given for return
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Argyle Ladies cannot wait to get back into action after green light was given for return

PLYMOUTH Argyle Ladies’ manager Dave Leonard says he and his team cannot wait to get back into action after four months kicking their heels due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Football Association confirmed at the weekend that the government has approved their plan for the return of outdoor competitive grassroots football. Women’s tier three to … Continue reading

Ivybridge hoping to see more youngsters challenging for the first team
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Ivybridge hoping to see more youngsters challenging for the first team

IVYBRIDGE’S head coach Gareth Elliott is hoping the club’s promising production line of talent will once again bear fruit this coming season. The Bridgers have made their name by relying on their successful junior set up to feed their senior side. Every year the Cross-in-Hand club have players that come through and make their mark … Continue reading

Former Albion man Stroud is relishing the challenge of trying to turn Argaum around
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Former Albion man Stroud is relishing the challenge of trying to turn Argaum around

FORMER Albion flanker Brett Stroud says he is relishing the challenge of trying to turn around Plymouth Argaum’s fortunes. The 37-year-old has become Argaum’s new head coach, replacing another ex-Albion man, Adrian Cameron. Stroud is no stranger to Bickleigh Down, having helped Dave Sansom out as an assistant coach during the 2014-15 season. However, a … Continue reading