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.
Cheltenham Town are through to the first round of the FA Cup after beating Havant & Waterville 1-0 in tonight's fourth qualifying round replay.
Early in the second half Danny Wright scored the Robins' only goal, after hitting a rebound from his own shot.
They'll now travel to League Two side Hartlepool in the next round.
It's been a mixed evening for our region's teams tonight.
Forest Green Rovers went down 3-2 at Eastleigh while Cheltenham beat Bromley 2-1 tonight.
Forest Green still keep their lead in the National league ahead of their Gloucestershire rivals.
It was a two-all draw between Forest Green Rovers and Cheltenham in their National League derby at New Lawn.
The two sides have both made a great start to the season and remain first and second in the League.
Forest Green retained their place three points ahead of the Robins thanks to a late equaliser headed in by Kurtis Guthrie.
Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth takes a look at the Robins' new energy and determination under Gary Johnson.Read the full story ›
In football, Cheltenham had to be content with a point tonight.
They travelled to Newport in league two. While on loan signing and former Wales under 21 player Wes Burns opened the scoring in the 16th minute at Rodney Parade, the home side equalised before half time and that's how it ended - 1 all.
Cheltenham Town FC announced today that controversial manager Paul Buckle has left the club.
He was brought over from the US in November to much fanfare, to help arrest the club's slide in the rankings.
However, under his leadership Cheltenham won just one out of 13 games, and are now one point and one place above the drop zone.
Controversial reshuffling decisions and a lack of wins created anxiety and discontent among supporters, and rumours that Buckle's position was precarious. He recently played down whispers about his impending departure.
I've been in this position before and it's uncomfortable, it's not nice, but you need togetherness ... you need togetherness and you hold your nerve.
However today the club announced that he had left by mutual consent.
Head of Academy Coaching Russell Milton has taken temporary charge in time for Saturday's match against Bury.
In league two, Cheltenham Town have failed to get their second win under Paul Buckle.
They drew 1 all with Morecambe at Whaddon Road - Jack Dunn scoring a penalty in the 18th minute.
The draw moves Cheltenham up into 16th place in the table.
Football and Cheltenham Town have appointed Paul Buckle as the club's new manager. He has put pen to paper on a one year rolling contract at Whaddon Road and succeeds Mark Yates who was sacked yesterday.
Buckle returns to the English game after spending the last 18 months working in America. He jetted in this afternoon and our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth was there to meet him.
Cheltenham Town have appointed Paul Buckle as their new manager.
The former Torquay United, Bristol Rovers and Luton Town manager has agreed a 12 month rolling contract, and will take charge of his first match against Oxford United at home on Saturday.
Buckle, 43, replaces Mark Yates who was sacked yesterday after five years in charge at Whaddon Road.