Gloucester are through to the final of the European Challenge Cup after beating Exeter Chiefs 30-19 at Kingsholm this evening.
Billy Meakes, Tom Savage and Jonny May crossed for the Cherry and Whites, who'll now play Edinburgh in the final at The Stoop on May 1st.
Gloucester rugby will hope to make it through to their first European final in almost a decade when they take on Exeter at Kingsholm.
The Cherry and Whites are undefeated at home in 2015 but welcome a Chiefs side who have beaten them twice this season and are fourth in the table. Gloucester winger Charlie Sharples says the players know it's a great chance to end the season on a high:
Bristol City will hope to end a 60 year wait for a league title this afternoon when they welcome Coventry to Ashton Gate. City are 8 points clear of second placed Preston who drew two all with Port Vale. City's superior goal difference means they need just a point to secure the League One title.
Having won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in March, City are now on course to become the first team to complete the lower league double of Football League Trophy and third tier title. Thousands are expected at the ground for the 3 o'clock kick off and excitement is already building on Twitter.
Luke Freeman has been shortlisted for the League One Player of the Year.
The City attack is on a three-man shortlist for the honour, against MK Dons’ Dele Alli and Joe Garner from promotion rivals Preston North End.
The awards have been voted for by managers of the clubs in each division.
Yeovil Town have suffered a second successive relegation, returning to League Two 10 years after they last left the division.
Paul Sturrock's first game in charge ended 1-1 against Notts County.
After the game, the new Glovers boss spoke to our Sports Correspondent, Matthias Kurth:
Rugby and Bath put their European Champions Cup exit behind them as they faced Newcastle in the Premiership tonight.
And their energy paid off as the moved into second place, beating Newcastle 19-29. Ollie Devoto, Semesa Rokoduguni, Anthony Watson & Matt Banahan all crossed for Bath and George Ford kicked three conversions and a penalty.
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill looks back over his team's performance in last night's game against Swindon, but says they still have a lot of work to do for the big game at the weekend against Preston.
Swindon Town's manager Mark Cooper shares his thoughts after his team lost 3-0 to Bristol City last night.
Bristol City fans had much to celebrate last night after beating Swindon 3-0 at Ashton Gate. It's a giant step towards the League One title.
Disappointment for Swindon fans, but those we spoke to last night said they felt the team had played a good game and were unlucky in their defeat.