Tue. Jun 6th, 2023

Argyle’s triumph against an underwhelming Vale side not only sealed their promotion to League One but also sealed the deal on Devon club winning it all.

Callum Wright’s low pass found Randell on the edge of the box and his strike brought cheers of approval from Home Park crowd.


Plymouth are experiencing one of their greatest seasons ever after an outstanding run saw them gain promotion to League Two. Only staying in the Football League due to financial issues and repeated relegations attempts 10 years ago, Plymouth have found renewed success under owner Simon Hallett’s careful stewardship and manager Steven Schumacher’s data-driven approach in League Two.

In the 69th minute, however, Clarke produced an outstanding sliding challenge to prevent Marriott from scoring his third goal – but only by inches!

Schumacher’s side surged ahead in the 92nd minute when Jay Stansfield’s left-footed volley found its way past Shrimps goalkeeper Connor Ripley to seal all three points for Argyle and secure victory – an astounding 101 goals have now been scored this campaign for them! This victory also guarantees they remain top scoring team in League One this campaign.

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Fans from Plymouth travelled 245 miles for this matchup with Vale Park being filled with green hues that made for an ear-splitting roar and noise levels matched only by Bali Mumba sending his header back across goal after Callum Wright sent in his clipped cross. It took Plymouth some time to settle into their rhythm of playing football as Bali Mumba headed back across goal and wide on one occasion during the first half.

Plymouth Vale took an early lead after only three minutes when Plant raced through a gap and calmly slotted past Callum Burton for a goal. But, thanks to solid defence from Mal Benning and Funso Ojo sparked by Danny Butterworth, Plymouth eventually equalised on 34 minutes when an outstanding team move involving Mal Benning, Funso Ojo, Danny Butterworth, Randell on the edge of the box and an unbelievable pass from Danny Butterworth eventually led Randell through.

Joe Edwards made it 2-1 with a back-post finish before Finn Azaz scored from outside of the box to seal victory and claim his sixth goal of the season and seal Vale’s fate as champions.


At Hamill Road Stand, Green Army members echoed that sentiment, packing in to cheer their newly promoted side to victory. Adam Randell, Joe Edwards, and Finn Azaz all had great seats to witness this historic game and commemorate what will surely go down as one of the finest seasons ever seen at The City Ground.

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Adam Randell (Plymouth Argyle)

Adam Randell was one of the key components in helping Plymouth Argyle win promotion to League One this season. He put in tireless performances across every position, while providing constant drive in midfield. An outstanding attacker with plenty of potential upfront, Adam always was willing to lend a helping hand wherever necessary and was instrumental in scoring an important goal that secured promotion with 101 points total. A worthy winner of their Player of Season award!


Argyle’s third goal was a sublime finish from Finn Azaz as he ran unimpeded down the right wing and lifted his finish over Lynch for an unforgettable strike that brought them within a point of their target goal.

Though Argyle started the second half slowly, they looked dangerous every time they broke forward and should have added another goal. A superb run by Mumba ended when his tackle on Ollie Hawkins saw Mansfield midfielder booked for two yellow cards – leaving only 10 players on the field for this matchup.

Ryan Hardie proved himself as a welcome addition to Argyle and proved he could hold his own. He played an instrumental role in setting up Ladapo’s sixth goal of the season when he pushed a low cross into the area for him to score from close range. Wes Burns nearly added another goal with a strike which was blocked off the line by Rhys Oates.

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