Reigning champions Northampton ended Bath's 100% league record at Franklin's Gardens.Read the full story ›
League One leaders Bristol City have beaten second-placed MK Dons. Swindon Town and Bristol Rovers also won.Read the full story ›
Gloucester picked up their first away win in the Aviva Premiership this season with a resounding 46-10 success at the Kassam Stadium.Read the full story ›
Bath are top of the Premiership tonight after an outstanding bonus point win over title rivals Leicester at The Rec.Read the full story ›
Swindon had an impressive win over Sheffield Utd, Bristol City extended their unbeaten start, while Yeovil picked up their first home win.Read the full story ›
Gloucester were unable to build on two early tries as they lost at home to Exeter Chiefs on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Gloucester have been beaten at home by Exeter Chiefs in the Premiership.
The Cherry and Whites were leading after two early tries from Jonny May and Dan Murphy.
But the visitors battled back to lead 22-12 at half-time, and despite a second half comeback where Sione Kalamafoni crossed the line, Exeter held on to win 25-22.
Good wins from Bristol City and Swindon Town in League One and Bristol Rovers achieve their first away win of the season in the ConferenceRead the full story ›
There were wins for Bristol City and Yeovil Town. Cheltenham drew to go top of League Two, but Bristol Rovers and Forest Green both lost.Read the full story ›
Any speculation surrounding the future of Gary Johnson at Yeovil Town has been dismissed by the club chairman, John Fry.
It followed concerns after the manager turned up late to the Portsmouth match and delegated his duties to his assistant, following his disappointment after the transfer deadline.
Gary Johnson has since told ITV News West Country that he remains committed to the club.
Today he met the chairman on his return from holiday and they have agreed that "communication problems'" were behind any perceived difficulties he had on Transfer Deadline Day last Monday, 1 September.
It was merely a question of the right people not being able to talk to each other. Gary and I have discussed things this morning and it is business as usual at Huish Park.
Gary has left with the team for Bradford fully focused on the job in hand determined to get three points at Valley Parade.