CARL MCHUGH’S PLYMOUTH ARGYLE remain second in the Sky Bet League Two following their 3-0 home win over Mansfield Town yesterday.
The Lettermacaward native (pictured above) played 90 minutes in central midfield as goals from Gregg Wylde and Ryan Btunt gave Argyle a 2-0 half-time lead. Brunt added a third six minutes from time.
It means that Plymouth are five points behind leaders Northampton Town but 10 points clear of fourth-placed Wycombe Wanderers, with the top three in the division gaining automatic promotion.
Meanwhile, Dale Gorman from Letterkenny was an unused substitute as Byron Harrison scored twice on his return to Stevenage, securing their first home win since November, against Cambridge. Stevenage are 19th in the table.
In League One, Stephen McLaughlin from the Isle of Doagh was also left on the bench as his Southend side lost 1-0 at Scumthorpe United, with former Bohemians striker Paddy Madden scoring the only goal. Southend are seventh in the table, just one place off the play-offs.
In the Barclay’s Premier League, Killybegs’ Seamus Coleman’s Everton went down 1-0 against West Bromwich Albion. Everton had 34 shots at Goodison Park – the most of any team in any fixture in the division this season – with six on target but lost out to Salomon Rondon’s goal.
Michael Duffy was part of the Alloa Athletic side that drew 1-1 with Rangers in the Scottish Division One. Jason Marr had given Alloa, who are bottom of the table, the lead before a leveller seven minutes from time by Michael O’Halloran.
Duffy is on loan at Alloa from Celtic. His father, also Michael, is a native of St Johnston and Duffy is a former Kildrum Tigers player.Tags: