Former Plymouth Argyle winger Joe Lennox signs for Bath City
FORMER Argyle winger Joe Lennox has signed for Conference South club Bath City on non-contract terms.
The 21-year-old was a 68th minute substitute for City when they lost 2-0 away to Dover Athletic on Saturday, leaving them 13th in the table.
Lennox was released by Argyle in January after making six starts and nine substitute appearances this season.
A JOURNALIST from Plymouth is the new presenter of Late Kick Off, the regional Football League show for the south and south west, on BBC1.
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A nine-episode run starts this Sunday at 11.25pm, after Match of the Day 2, and will be fronted by Tony Husband.
He was born and bred in Plymouth and did work experience on The Herald when Graham Hambly was the Plymouth Argyle correspondent for the newspaper.
Husband said: "Former Southampton striker James Beattie is one of our main pundits this series.
"He's still playing with Accrington so has come up against the Devon clubs this season."
A REUNION is being staged to mark the 40th anniversary of Plymouth Argyle's game against Brazilian side Santos – Pele and all – at Home Park in March 1973.
Ten of the Argyle team who lined up against Santos will be attending the event on Friday, March 15, including Jim Furnell, Dave Provan, Bobby Saxton, Les Latcham, Colin Sullivan and Alan Welsh.
The reunion will take place in the Green Taverners Suite at Home Park and tickets are available, costing £12.50 each.
There will be a cheese and wine reception, a commemorative programme and entertainment from Dave Banana and Rick O'Shay. Herald columnist Gordon Sparks will be the compere.