Northampton Saints 27 - 16
Ospreys Scarlets 26 - 26 Racing Metro
The Ospreys were second best to an impressive Saints side this afternoon, going down by 27 points to 16 at Northampton.
Dan Biggar did give the visitors a glimmer of hope with a second half try but the result was never really in doubt.
Meanwhile the Scarlets let a sixteen point lead slip to end with a draw at home to Racing Metro last night.
Rhodri Williams got the home side's second try to send them in 26-10 ahead at half time.
But the Scarlets were grateful for a share of the points in the end after the visitors had a try disallowed in injury time.
The Ospreys are in Heineken Cup action this lunchtime at Northampton Saints.
Their supporters will be hoping for a better performance than last week's home defeat to Leinster.
It will be a tough challenge though. The Saints lost their opening Heineken Cup game but are second in the Aviva Premiership.
Meanwhile the Scarlets were held to a 26-26 draw at home to Racing Metro last night despite leading 26-10 at halftime.
Chelsea 4 -1 Cardiff City
Swansea City 4 - 0 Sunderland
Newport County 3-0 York City
Wrexham 2-0 Woking
A turbulent week for Cardiff City with speculation over the future of manager Malky Mackay has ended with a resounding defeat at Chelsea this afternoon.
Jordon Mutch did give the Bluebirds the lead after ten minutes but two goals from Eden Hazard and strikes by Samuel Eto'o and Oscar gave the home side the win.
Meanwhile Swansea overcame bottom club Sunderland 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea scorers were Jonathan De Guzmán, Wilfried Bony and Chico Flores after an own goal from Sunderland's Phillip Bardsley.
In League Two Newport beat York City 3-0 and there was a 2-0 win for Wrexham at home to Woking in the Conference.
Chelsea 1-1 Cardiff City (HT)
Swansea City 0-0 Sunderland (HT)
Cardiff had a dream start at Chelsea with Jordon Mutch giving them the lead after ten minutes. Chelsea equalised after half an hour through Eden Hazard. Meanwhile it's goalless at the Liberty Stadium between Swansea and bottom club Sunderland.
Cardiff Blues have pulled off a dramatic win over the holders Toulon in the Heineken Cup.
The only try of the game came just minutes from time from Gareth Davies - giving the Blues victory by 19 points to 15.