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Plymouth Albion play professional Rugby Union currently competing in the third tier of Professional English Rugby the National League 1. Other semi-professional and amateur clubs include armed forces team Devonport Services who play in the Tribute Western Counties West (tier 7), Plymstock Albion Oaks and Plymouth Argaum, both of whom play in Tribute Cornwall/Devon (tier 8).
Additionally there are also many junior rugby union clubs playing in regional, Devon and Plymouth Combination leagues.
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They play all their home games at Wilson Field in Central Park, Plymouth.
Among the several hockey clubs in the city is Plymouth Marjon Hockey Club, one of the West of England's largest and most successful clubs field hockey which is also based at UCP Marjon.
Tom Daley is a diver, who specialises in the 10-metre platform event.
He started diving at the age of seven, and is a member of Plymouth Diving Club He has made an impact in national and international competition at an early age.
It is home to Plymouth Argyle Football Club, who play in the Football League Two (fourth tier of English football) at the Home Park stadium in Central Park. The club takes its nickname from the group of English non-conformists that left Plymouth for the New World in 1620: the club crest features the Mayflower, which carried the Pilgrims to Massachusetts and the club's mascot is named Pilgrim Pete. Plymouth Devils are a speedway team in the British Premier League. Plymouth is also home to the American Football club the Plymouth Blitz. Plymouth Argyle play professional football in the English Football League's League Two division.Inshore and offshore yacht racing is organised from the Royal Western Yacht Club at Queen Anne's Battery and there is a thriving coastal and cross channel passage racing calendar.The long-established Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club has its clubhouse on the Hoe foreshore and there are several other sailing clubs on the rivers Plym, Tamar and Yealm.There are rowing clubs on both rivers and a growing interest in gig racing.In 2006 after three years competitive inshore power boat racing, Plymouth lost the event to the Solent.