Argyle’s final game of the season will be at Grimsby Town on Saturday 6 May – with a later kick-off time than normal. There are no trains back to London after the game, so PASALB are looking into providing a coach or minibus to take members to
Graham Carey’s first-half goal was enough to give Argyle their second home win in a row. Carey found the net with a long-range effort in the 17th minute. Morecambe threatened in the second half but could not draw level. Watch the highlights.
Nathan Blissett’s first Argyle goal rescued a point for the Pilgrims at Adams Park. Blissett headed home in the 72nd minute – only seconds after coming on as a substitute. Wycombe had taken the lead in the 18th minute through Myles Weston. Wat
Argyle bounced back from the midweek defeat to Blackpool and pulled off another away win. The Pilgrims were made to withstand some Mansfield pressure, but sealed the win with two goals in five second-half minutes. Sonny Bradley opened the scoring in the 6
Argyle suffered another home setback on a Tuesday night as Blackpool headed north with all three points. Mark Cullen, Brad Potts and Jordan Flores got the goals for the visitors. Watch the highlights.
Two first-half goals ensured that Argyle saw off promotion rivals Carlisle at Home Park. The Pilgrims took the lead in the 21st minute when Graham Carey found the net. Jake Jervis doubled Argyle’s advantage from the penalty spot shortly before half-
PASALB Darts Mid Season Report Halfway through the season, the PASALB darts team are sitting comfortably 13 points clear at the top of APFSCIL League 3. After losing the first game of the season 7-4 to Southampton, they have gone on a great run, winnin
Argyle lost ground on leaders Doncaster as they slipped to their fifth home league defeat of the season. Notts County’s Jorge Grant scored the only goal of the game when he capitalised on a terrible mix-up in the Argyle defence. Jordan Slew went clo
Argyle picked up another point away from home as promotion rivals Luton were held. The hosts took an early lead when Danny Hylton picked up his 19th goal of the season. But Argyle came back to equalise through Craig Tanner with 25 minutes on the clock. Th
Matty Kennedy’s curling shot earned Argyle a point at Victoria Park against lowly Hartlepool. The on-loan winger found the net with 14 minutes remaining with an effort from outside the area. Hartlepool had been ahead since the 27th minute, when Rhys