It's been a great night for women's football in Bristol. Bristol Academy have knocked Barcelona out of the European Champion's League to move through to the quarter-finals.
The Vixens went into last night's game with a one-nil lead they'd earned by beating Barcelona in Spain last weekend.
But Barcelona drew level on aggregate at Ashton Gate through a deflected Vicky Losada strike.
Late in the second half, though, Natasha Harding was brought down in the box and Nikki Watts scored the resulting penalty to equalise, sending Bristol through.
You can see last night's goals in the clip below, courtesy Bristol Sport:
In football there was something of a battle of the South West in the women's Superleague. Bristol Academy hosted Yeovil Town Ladies in the Continental Cup. But despite a lot of effort the match ended nil nil.
Bristol Academy Women's Football Club has today unveiled Melbourne Victory’s Dave Edmondson’s their new head coach.
Edmondson was appointed following the departure of Mark Sampson, who took up the role as England Women’s National Team Manager in December.
He was born in Manchester, but is highly thought of in New Zealand and Australia because of his ability to develop young players.
Edmondson was at the helm when New Zealand became Oceania Champions at U17’s and oversaw their U17 World Cup side in 2010.
Theresa May has said Clare's Law will provide people with the information they need to escape abusive situations before it "ends in tragedy".
The pilot scheme, named after Clare Wood who was strangled and set on fire by her boyfriend, will allow women to check police records to see if a partner has a violent background.
The Home Secretary revealed that 88 women were killed by a violent partner or ex-partner last year, and said there was "considerable confusion" about when or if police can share information on someone's violent past with the public.
"Domestic abuse shatters lives - Clare's Law provides people with the information they need to escape an abusive situation before it ends in tragedy," she told The Sun.
"The national scheme will ensure that more people can make informed decisions about their relationship and escape if necessary. This is an important step towards ensuring we do better by women like Clare Wood in the future."
Bristol Academy failed in their bid to win the Women's Super League title for the first time in their history. The Academy needed to beat Liverpool Ladies in their final game of the season to pip their opponents to top spot, but lost 2-0.
There's a big match in women's football today. Bristol Academy travel to Liverpool, with the winners of the game being crowned Super League champions. Kick-off is at 2pm, and we'll have the goals on our programme just after six.
Bristol Academy's hopes of winning the FA Women's Cup for the first time have been ended by a strong Arsenal side.
The Gunners won 3-0 in the final. Steph Houghton put them ahead in the second minute, with further goals in the second half from Jordan Nobbs and Ellen White.
Bristol Academy are hoping to win the FA Women's Cup for the first time in their history today.
They play Arsenal at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster (3pm).
The Vixens lost to The Gunners in the final two years ago.
Bristol Academy are hoping to win the FA Women's Cup for the first time in their history on Sunday when they take on Arsenal at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium. As is the tradition for cup finalists, the Academy have released an FA Cup song. Get ready to take your shoes off!
Bristol Academy captain Corinne Yorston used to play for Sunday's opponents Arsenal. The left-back will lift the trophy at the Keepmoat Stadium if her current team comes out on top and she's looking forward to the challenge.