CLUB SECRETARY Kerry Haggan is the highest-profile casualty of Torquay United's staff cuts, revealed in last week's Herald Express.
Mrs. Haggan, who has worked at Plainmoor in a range of posts since 2006, lost her job in a reshuffle which sees media manager Tim Herbert take on the bigger role of operations manager.
Mrs. Haggan, who is the niece of former Gulls favourite Mark Loram, took over as secretary from another long-serving employee, Ann Sandford, in February 2012
United have made no comment about the changes yet, but two other members of the club's maintenance staff are understood to be leaving next week and a statement is expected then.
Bodin on target for Wales U21s in win
BILLY ON TARGET: United winger Billy Bodin scored Wales' fourth goal in their 4-0 Euro Under-21 Championship qualifier against San Marino in Bangor on Tuesday night.
Manager's quiz win nets pair of tickets!
BRAINS' TRUST!: Manager Alan Knill and assistant Chris Brass were part of the team which won United's latest Quiz Night at Plainmoor last Friday.
Chairwoman Thea Bristow, her son Alan and a guest were also in the winning squad.
But they declined to accept their champions' prize, which was a set of Plainmoor match tickets!
Hotel spin-off night is Plainmoor sell-out
SELL-OUT: 'An Evening At The Hotel', a spin-off from the popular Torquay-based TV series, has proved a popular venture in United's new Live At Plainmoor season.
The first night, in United's No.10s restaurant on March 14, sold out so fast that a second show the following evening has been arranged, and that's sold out too.
Gulls in away draw in FA Youth Cup
YOUTH AWAY: United have been drawn away to Forest Green Rovers or Cirencester Town, whom they beat last year, in the first round of the FA Youth Cup (date to be confirmed).
Loanee Niall helps Worcester through
NIALL'S CUP FULL: On-loan Gulls winger Niall Thompson helped Worcester City to beat Rugby Town 2-0 in their FA Cup Replay on Tuesday night.
The victory clinched a Fourth Qualifying Round tie against Lincoln City at Aggborough, which Worcester share with local rivals Kidderminster.
Charlie for Black Cats
BLACK CAT CHARLIE: Charlie Oatway, Plainmoor's Player Of The Year in 1996, has followed Gus Poyet from Brighton to Sunderland, as coach to the new boss on Wearside.