No trouble between Plymouth Argyle and Exeter fans at Devon derby clash
POLICE said there was no major trouble between football fans at the Devon derby on Saturday.
A spokesman for the Devon and Cornwall force said only one person was arrested outside Exeter City's ground during the game with Plymouth Argyle.
He added the man was suspected of using abusive language towards officers and may not even have been attending the game, which kicked off at noon.
In 2010 more than 20 people were arrested at the first Devon derby between the two clubs in eight years.
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But the last three clashes between the rivals have passed off without major incident.
Almost 6,500 fans, including 1,200 Argyle supporters, attended the game.
See our full Devon derby coverage in today's Sport pull-out