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  1. Disappointment, but heads held high, at Huish Park

    It wasn't to be for Yeovil Town, as they took on Manchester United's giants at Huish Park tonight.

    But the pundits and commentary all said they had performed well.

    "It was a win-win situation for Yeovil" said Alan Shearer after the game.

    "Yeovil showed enough spirit to suggest they'll stay up", commented Jermaine Jenas, former Tottenham midfielder on 5 Live.

    All of the match commentary and analysis here.

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  2. 'Stoma friendly' toilets in Salisbury

    Salisbury has become the first stoma-friendly city in the UK, according to the city council.

    Around one in 500 people in the UK live with a stoma and need a stoma bag to collect bodily waste through an opening made in the side of the abdomen.

    To cater to their needs, Salisbury City Council has fitted its accessible toilet cubicles with a bin, shelf and a hook on the door.

    A council spokesperson, said people with a stoma face discrimination "because the condition is hidden" but they do "have additional needs when using the toilet".

    Clare Matthews, from Colostomy UK, said the modifications will "make a huge difference to people’s lives".

    Salisbury accessible toilet
    Image caption: ‘Not all disabilities are visible’ #Stomafriendly stickers have also been placed on toilet doors to raise awareness
  3. Mild and cloudy weekend ahead

    Clear spells and light winds are forecast for this evening, turning chilly overnight for a time, before cloud increases.

    Saturday's looking wet and windy at first with some heavy downpours but by mid to late afternoon the rain will clear making way for some sunny spells .

    Sunday's expected to be mild, windy and quite cloudy.

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    Video caption: Mild and cloudy weekend ahead
  4. A big night for Yeovil's new signing

    Alex Fisher, a Yeovil man who drove down from Motherwell today and only met Darren Way and his new team-mates an hour before kick-off, was brought on the the pitch in the second half of the game against Manchester United.

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  5. Old ammunition store raid finds £1.4k cannabis farm

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    A cannabis factory has been found at an old ammunition store near Bath, Avon and Somerset Police have said.

    Around 275 cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £138,000 were seized in a raid on the store in Ston Easton.

    A 47-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession and production of a class B drug, and has been released under investigation.

    A search at a second address found a further 100 plants with an estimated street value of £50,000, police said.

    Neighbourhood PC Stuart Ball said it was a "significant find".

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  6. Yeovil 0-1 Man Utd

    Tom Garry BBC Sport at Huish Park

    Yeovil Town fans' spirits have been dampened a little by Marcus Rashford's goal.

    Yeovil have never scored a goal against Manchester United. This is their fourth meeting.

    You can just imagine the reaction here if they find a goal tonight.

    There's still hope. They held them off for forty minutes: "Yeovil did themselves justice" said Gary Linekar.

    A team talk is required here: half time.

    Huish Park
    Huish Park
    The Yeovil Town
  7. Slapstick Festival in Bristol

    If you've ever wanted to learn the art of clowning around, Bristol is the place to learn it this weekend.

    The Vanilla Brothers are sharing tips at the Slapstick Festival in Bristol:

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    Video caption: The Vanilla Brothers are sharing tips at the Slapstick Festival.
  8. Excitement and respect in the commentary box

    "The quintessential Cup match" is what Gary Linekar called it, as he started his commentary at Huish Park tonight.

    He is joined by pundits Ian Wright and Alan Shearer, who commented on the Glovers' manager's extraordinary reputation and his determination to take a leading role in football after a near-fatal car crash in 2008:

    "I think it tells you a lot about his character - winning or losing matches shouldn't mean that much to him, but it does."

    Alan Shearer at Huish Park
  9. Post update

    Yeovil 0-0 Man Utd

    Tom Garry

    BBC Sport at Huish Park

    It's a complete sellout at Huish Park, which is a rare event. The stadium would erupt if the Somerset side could find the first goal.