Fletch revels in Pilgrims win

Carl Fletcher praised his young Plymouth Argyle side after they beat Aldershot 2-1 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 10/10/12 at 11:44

Fletcher: Delighted with youngsters

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Argentine midfielder Andres Gurrieri scored a superb 30th-minute winner, firing home from long range after Craig Reid had cancelled out Paris Cowan-Hall's early opener at Home Park.

Pilgrims boss Fletcher, whose side are now in Saturday's draw for the southern section quarter-finals, said: "I am really pleased. We had a really young side out, a game plan, stuck to it and got the early goal.

"It was pleasing the way the lads stuck at it because Aldershot are a big physical side, with a lot of tall players in there and we didn't have too many. We only had a couple of players over six foot."

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