A judge made a "fundamental error" when she refused to hold Sainsbury's to the £30million purchase of Bristol Rovers' Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers begin a High Court appeal today against a decision to allow Sainsbury's to pull out of a deal to buy the Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
The Chairman of Bristol Rovers tells ITV News the club could start building a new stadium this summer despite a dispute with Sainsbury's.Read the full story ›
Fans of Bristol City and Bristol Rovers have been given the chance to re-live two derby matches from the 1970s thanks to a new colour DVD.Read the full story ›
Rovers have this morning completed the signing of Millwall striker Paris Cowan-Hall in a one month loan deal.Read the full story ›
After dramatic wins at the weekend Forest Green Rovers and Yeovil Town - the West's only remaining FA Cup sides.Read the full story ›
After a 17 year wait, Barry Hayles will return to the Memorial Stadium this weekend in the FA Cup when Bristol Rovers take on CheshamRead the full story ›
It was a good night for our region as, two of our teams scored away victories.
Cheltenham Town have moved to the top of the National League with a 1-0 win away at Grimsby. Aaron Downes scored the only goal of the match.
In League Two, Bristol Rovers came from behind at Cambridge to win 2-1, Ellis Harrison and Matty Taylor with Rovers' goals.
Bristol Rovers and Yeovil have made it through to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Rovers beat Wycombe 2-0 thanks to first half goals from Matty Taylor and Jermaine Easter.
Yeovil beat Coventry 4-3 on penalties after the match finished goal-less.
However, Swindon are out after losing to bitter rivals Oxford.
Cheltenham Town are the new leaders of the National League after drawing 1-all with Braintree. Billy Waters rescued a point for the Robins with a goal in injury time.