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Torquay 4-0 Salisbury

League leaders Torquay continued their superb start to the season with a comfortable win over Salisbury.

Chris Todd converted a Matthew Hockley cross to open the scoring before Lee Phillips scored a penalty after Darrell Clarke foul on Chris Zebroski.

Phillips crossed for strike partner Tim Sills to head home a third goal.

And Sills doubled his tally in similar fashion from Kevin Nicholson's cross deep into injury time to put the result beyond doubt.

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Torquay: Rayner, Robertson, Todd, Woods, Nicholson, Stevens, Hockley, Hargreaves (Bedeau 46), Zebroski (Welsh 87), Sills, Phillips (Benyon 87).

Subs Not Used: Hinshelwood, Rice.

Goals: Todd 15, Phillips 40 pen, Sills 81, 90.

Salisbury: Ryan Clarke, Bass, Bond, Cook, Robinson, Darrell Clarke (Feeney 69), Turk, Fowler, Sandell, Tubbs (Brown 79), Matthews.

Subs Not Used: Bartlett, Prince, Oliver.

Att: 3,215.

Ref: Steve Creighton (Berkshire).

The run continues, and a good sized crowd to boot .Hope they can keep up the good work and get us back where we belong - in the lower half of the 2nd Division :o

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Torquay 4-0 Salisbury

League leaders Torquay continued their superb start to the season with a comfortable win over Salisbury.

Chris Todd converted a Matthew Hockley cross to open the scoring before Lee Phillips scored a penalty after Darrell Clarke foul on Chris Zebroski.

Phillips crossed for strike partner Tim Sills to head home a third goal.

And Sills doubled his tally in similar fashion from Kevin Nicholson's cross deep into injury time to put the result beyond doubt.

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Torquay: Rayner, Robertson, Todd, Woods, Nicholson, Stevens, Hockley, Hargreaves (Bedeau 46), Zebroski (Welsh 87), Sills, Phillips (Benyon 87).

Subs Not Used: Hinshelwood, Rice.

Goals: Todd 15, Phillips 40 pen, Sills 81, 90.

Salisbury: Ryan Clarke, Bass, Bond, Cook, Robinson, Darrell Clarke (Feeney 69), Turk, Fowler, Sandell, Tubbs (Brown 79), Matthews.

Subs Not Used: Bartlett, Prince, Oliver.

Att: 3,215.

Ref: Steve Creighton (Berkshire).

The run continues, and a good sized crowd to boot .Hope they can keep up the good work and get us back where we belong - in the lower half of the 2nd Division :o

yep, good crowd, they always seem to say sometimes you need to take a step back before moving forward. You could be passing one of my local teams on the way back up , Mansfield. Always had a soft spot for Mansfield because always struggling but you can see why when they have the two Sheffield teams further up the road but in the opposite direction they have Forest & D***y to contend with for fans. :D

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No game for us this weekend because of International call ups ??

Junior Aggogo has been called up by Ghana :o

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2 - 0 away win at Port Vale on Saturday. it's about time we got our act together & pulled out a win. Long may it continue

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2 - 0 away win at Port Vale on Saturday. it's about time we got our act together & pulled out a win. Long may it continue

Just need a couple of results, and I'm sure the ccnfidence will return. Forest have got some decent players in their squad and they should certainly not be near the bottom of the table.

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2 - 0 away win at Port Vale on Saturday. it's about time we got our act together & pulled out a win. Long may it continue

Just need a couple of results, and I'm sure the ccnfidence will return. Forest have got some decent players in their squad and they should certainly not be near the bottom of the table.

Gillingham are our next opponents next Saturday, but , I think tomorrow we have the replay of the Carling Cup game against Leicester. The last one was abandoned due to one of their players having a turn at half time. Now Megson has been installed as the new boss at Leicester so should be a nice warm welcome back to the City Ground awaiting him :D

The lads back in blighty tell me it's not the players that is the problem, everybody accepts we have a decent bunch, the problem is Calderwood's negative tactics holding them back :o

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4 - 0 to the super reds & racing up the league to the promised land

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4 - 0 to the super reds & racing up the league to the promised land

A couple of good reuslts and the confidence comes back. I really hope to see Forest get out of that league this year.

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Rochdale could only muster another draw at home. 1-1 against Macclesfield. Upto 19th now :o

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Rochdale could only muster another draw at home. 1-1 against Macclesfield. Upto 19th now :o

Slowly but surely creeping up the league, I think once he gets his injured players back they'll be ok :D

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The mighty Blyth Spartans beat Solihull Moors (sounds suspiciously Brummie to me) 1-0 last weekend in front of an impressive 203 fans. It was good to see the lads get back to winning ways after a 4-1 drubbing at home to Burscough the previous weekend.

Exuberant Spartans fan Bazza Armstrong speaking to the Solihull Echo after being released by the West Midlands police summed up his feelings on the win when he said, "Ya fookers divn't naa worr its leek weer a cum frim, ya daft soothen barstewards. Haddaway n <deleted> the lorra yez. Ho'way the Spartans!"

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The mighty Blyth Spartans beat Solihull Moors (sounds suspiciously Brummie to me) 1-0 last weekend in front of an impressive 203 fans. It was good to see the lads get back to winning ways after a 4-1 drubbing at home to Burscough the previous weekend.

Exuberant Spartans fan Bazza Armstrong speaking to the Solihull Echo after being released by the West Midlands police summed up his feelings on the win when he said, "Ya fookers divn't naa worr its leek weer a cum frim, ya daft soothen barstewards. Haddaway n <deleted> the lorra yez. Ho'way the Spartans!"

Is that Gaelic Sunderland :D ? Definate translation needed there matey :D

Last season Silihull Borough & Moor Green merged & come with that original name for the new club :o

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Yeovil tomorrow & chance for revenge for last seasons play off debacle :o

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The mighty "Dale" :o are away to Shrewsbury tomorrow. Time to kick it into gear now lads :D

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