Bristol Rovers are through to the second round of the FA Cup after winning 3-2 at York in last night's replay. Watch the goals here.
Bristol Rovers have announced that manager John Ward has agreed a new one-year rolling contract with the club.
There's a West Country derby tonight in League Two as Bristol Rovers take on Exeter City at the Memorial Stadium.
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:
Bristol Rovers drew with York City in tonight's FA Cup First Round match.
York's Ryan Jarvis broke the deadlock in the 35th minute. Eliot Richards equalised two minutes later, but the visitors regained the lead through Josh Carson's wonder strike shortly after.
Sub Matt Harrold headed Rovers level with his first touch in the 59th minute, and the Pirates then went ahead for the first time in the match thanks to Chris Beardsley's 75th minute header.
But Wes Fletcher's close range finish after a mistake from goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall four minutes from time forced a replay.
The Prime Minister has criticised what he's called "something of an industry" in legal challenges, like the one holding up a new stadium for Bristol Rovers.
He was responding to one of the city' MPs, who has accused campaigners fighting a supermarket linked to the scheme of "holding the city to ransom". However THEY accused HER of being uncaring, as our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports.
The Prime Minister has joined the argument about possible delays to a new Bristol Rovers football stadium. The new ground, next to the University of the West of England at Filton, depends on a Sainsbury's supermarket being built on the club's existing home in Horfield.
However a local campaign group has applied for a judicial review, causing potentially costly delays, Today the local MP Charlotte Leslie raised the issue with the Prime Minister...
A Bristol MP, angry at campaigners fighting plans for a new supermarket at the Memorial Stadium in Bristol, is due to raise the matter with the Prime Minister in the Commons today.
Bristol North West MP, Charlotte Leslie, is accusing them of holding Bristol to ransom. They are trying to stop a Sainsbury's being built at Rovers existing ground, which would fund a new stadium just outside the city.
Bristol Rovers Manager John Ward has just confirmed that the club is in talks with Everton and Arsenal over Rovers' teenage goalkeeper Matt Macey.
Staying with football. Bristol City have been drawn against local rivals Bristol Rovers in the first round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
It'll be the first time the two sides have met since 2007 - when Rovers knocked City out of the same competition.