ARGYLE came away from Exeter City with a decent 1-1 draw after a competitive Central League encounter at the Cat & Fiddle training ground on Tuesday.
The Pilgrims played some good stuff and deserved the lead provided by a Calum Dyson header, but the Grecians responded after the break and got an equaliser to leave Argyle with seven points from their opening three games in the Central League.
“We played very well in the first half and more than warranted our lead,” said first-team coach Kevin Nancekivell. “Exeter equalised and it could have gone either way, but Kyle Letheren made a couple of great saves for us.
“A draw was probably a fair result and lots of positives for us to take from the game. I thought we were the better team in the first half but it became more even when they drew level. It was very open toward the end and a good work-out.”
Argyle: Kyle Letheren; Harry Hodges, Jordan Bentley, Peter Grant, Ryan Law; Dan Rooney, Tom Purrington, Alex Battle (Alex Fletcher 60); Lionel Ainsworth, Calum Dyson, Gregg Wylde. Substitutes (not used): Michael Peck, Harry Townsend (GK), Aaron Goulty.