Yeovil Town battled back from two goals down to draw, Cheltenham win at Morecambe and Bristol Rovers draw with Crawley in the FA Cup.
Bath scored 9 tries in a 55-8 thrashing of Italian side Mogliano in the Challenge Cup.
The FA Cup Second Round takes centre stage this weekend on ITV. Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth looks ahead to today's games.
It's been confirmed that Gary Gold has left Bath Rugby Club with immediate effect.
The club says the decision was taken "following a restructure in the rugby department and with the best interests of both Gary and the Club in mind."
Bath scored 9 tries in a 55-8 thrashing of Italian side Mogliano in the Amlin Challenge Cup.
Tomorrow, Gloucester take on Edinburgh at Murrayfield in the Heineken Cup (1pm kick-off).
While in the British and Irish Cup, Bristol host Scottish side, Gala (2pm kick-off).
Bristol Rovers boss John Ward is expecting a 'tough game' in the FA Cup against Crawley tomorrow (3pm).
The League One side have this week appointed former Aston Villa and Derby County manager John Gregory as their new manager:
New Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill gave his first pre-match interview today, ahead of Sunday's FA Cup second round tie against non-league Tamworth.
It's a baptism of fire for the former Cheltenham boss. The match will be broadcast live on ITV (2pm kick-off).
Bristol Academy manager Mark Sampson has been named as the new England Women's head coach by the Football Association.
New Swindon Town owner, Lee Power, has released a statement following his takeover of the football club.
I’d like to try and alleviate some of the fans’ concerns. To put the record straight, here are the facts: I paid £300,000 to buy out individuals who had shares in the Club and this gave me an option to take control of the Club, which I have now exercised.
I put in £1.2 million to get the embargo lifted last season which I withdrew once the Football League had been satisfied. The financial forecasts I was given at the time were unfortunately drastically inaccurate and the Club has needed more financial input than I originally thought.
– New Swindon Town owner, Lee Power
Divulging this sort of information isn’t my usual approach to business and certainly, when I played football, I always felt the best owners were the ones you didn't hear from. However, I do understand that a football club is at the heart of a community and the fans have been concerned about the future of their Club.
Hopefully the fans have seen that the early signs of what we are trying to achieve have been encouraging.
I have always felt the best owners were the quiet ones but I realise I need to be more engaging with the fans about what's going on and I will be in the future