- BATH 32 - 9 WORCESTER
Bath scored five tries in a 32-9 win over Worcester at The Rec. Peter Stringer, Rob Webber, Tom Biggs and Horacio Agulla (2) all crossed the line.
- NORTHAMPTON 11 - 27 GLOUCESTER
Jonny May scored two individual tries as Gloucester won convincingly at Franklins Gardens. Rob Cook also kicked 17 points.
The win ends a run of two straight defeats and leapfrogs Gloucester over Northampton in the table.
- MOSELEY P - P BRISTOL
Bristol's game at Moseley was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Bristol Rugby's Championship match at Moseley this afternoon has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
Bristol Rovers will be looking to continue their remarkable renaissance under John Ward when they take on Oxford tomorrow.
When Rovers sacked Mark McGhee in December, they had just 18 points from 22 games, a run of results that saw them bottom of the Football League on Christmas Day.
But since Ward took charge of his first game on Boxing Day, Rovers have accumulated 14 points from seven games and moved up to 19th place in the table.
Chris Spittles' went to meet the man behind Rovers' revival:
Bath Rugby have confirmed First Team Coach Brad Davis will be leaving the Club to progress his coaching career elsewhere.
The 44-year-old has not been involved with first team matches since before Christmas, fuelling speculation that he would leave The Rec before his contract ended later this year.
The Australian joined Bath from rugby league club Castleford in 2006.
Team Bath's netball team got their Superleague campaign underway with a win.
They beat the Celtic Dragons tonight by 57 points to 50.
Team Bath's netball squad start their Superleague campaign tonight.
Their match against Celtic Dragons gets underway at the University of Bath Sports Training Village at 7.15pm.
The team includes four of the players who helped England beat world champions Australia earlier this month.
Bath are the most successful team in the history of the Superleague, having won four of the seven campaigns contested so far.
In league one, Swindon Town are just two points away from automatic promotion after their a one nil win at Colchester tonight. James Collins scored the winning goal in second half.
Yeovil's game at Oldham was postponed due to snow. And in League Two, Cheltenham drew one all with Bristol Rovers in the West Country derby at Whaddon Road. Shaun Harrad put the home side ahead at half time but Oliver Norburn rescued a point for Rovers with a goal in injury time
The future remains uncertain for Swindon Town manager Paolo Di Canio. The Italian claimed he was considering his position before Saturday's draw with Crawley, but insists he's now focusing all his efforts on tomorrow's trip to Colchester.