THE action comes in thick and fast for the Pilgrims this weekend, starting with the visit of Torpoint Athletic to Coach Road in the Carlsberg South-West Peninsula League on Friday evening – kick-off 7.30pm.
It is a big game for the Pilgrims, who have slipped off the top of the table following the surprise loss at Exmouth last weekend, and crucial we gain the three points to keep pressure on new leaders Tavistock.
We move swiftly on to a trip to Cheltenham Town for the youth-team on Saturday and the opening game in our Merit League campaign, which is the follow-on competition from the EFL Youth Alliance. Last on our list for Saturday is a massive first-team game at Bradford City in Sky Bet League One.
It is yet another blank weekend for Argyle Ladies but the wait is almost over for competitive football, with a clash against QPR in the FA Women’s National League Southern Premier Division scheduled for next weekend.
The development side also have no game on Sunday but there has been positive news in the long road back to fitness for striker Natasha Knapman, who suffered a serious injury at Milton Keynes in September. While it remains doubtful Knapman will play again this season, she is back taking part in sprinting sessions in training.