Exeter Chiefs beat West Country rivals Gloucester with the last kick of the match at Sandy Park. Bath lost 23-14 at Saracens.
Cheltenham Town move up to fourth in League Two after a 1-0 win at Exeter. There were also wins for Yeovil and Swindon in League One.
Yeovil Town and Cheltenham Town have both secured play-off places in their respective divisions after wins today.
Bristol Academy have made a great start to the Women's Super League season.
They beat Everton Ladies 4-3 at the Stoke Gifford Stadium. Their captain Corinne Yorston scored two of the goals and was named player of the match.
Lee Johnson was victorious in the Johnson versus Johnson clash at Boundary Park.
Lee's Oldham Athletic side beat his father Gary's Yeovil Town team 1-0 after a goal by Matt Smith on the stroke of half-time.
Oldham's win sends Portsmouth and Hartlepool down to League Two and moves the Latics further away from the relegation zone.
Yeovil's defeat dents their hopes of winning automatic promotion, but they are still guaranteed a play-off place.
One club that's very much on the up right now is Yeovil. They're already in the League One play-offs and are pushing for automatic promotion.
Tonight the Glovers go to Oldham and it's a special and unusual occasion for manager Gary Johnson because he's coming up against his son, Lee, who manages the opposition.
Here's Matthias Kurth:
Yeovil Town manager Gary Johnson comes up against his son Lee who manages Oldham tonight.
Both men are desperate for three points, with Yeovil fourth in league One and still in with a chance of winning automatic promotion, while Oldham are only one point above the relegation zone.
The majority of their football careers have been together, however. With Gary as manager and Lee as his player, they achieved two promotions in four seasons at Yeovil and another promotion, as well as a play-off final, at Bristol City.
Gary Johnson is now back at Huish Park for his second stint in charge and at 31, Lee became the youngest manager in the Football League when Oldham appointed him last month. We asked them both about having to face each other across the dugouts.
In tonight's matches, Bristol City will be relegated from the Championship if they lose at home to Birmingham. In League One, Gary Johnson's Yeovil Town take on Oldham, who are managed by his son, Lee. Swindon host Crewe hoping to clinch a place in the play-offs.
Bristol kept their play-off hopes alive with a bonus point win at London Scottish.
Andy Robinson's men crossed the line five times through Mariano Sambucetti, James Merriman (2) and Jon Goodridge (2).
Bath have been beaten at reigning Premiership champions Harlequins.
The visitors led 9-6 at half-time after penalties from Stephen Donald (2) and Ollie Devoto.
But the hosts turned the game around in the second half thanks to tries from Danny Care and Ugo Monye.
In rugby tonight, Gloucester's hopes of reaching the Premiership play-offs suffered a setback as they lost at Sale.
The Cherry and Whites would have moved above Northampton and Harlequins into third place with a victory. But they only had three penalties from Freddie Burns to show for their night's work as they lost by 32 points to nine.
There are just three games left of the Premiership rugby season for Bath to finish in the top six places.
That would guarantee them qualification for Europe's premier competition, the Heineken Cup next season. It would represent a move in the right direction for a club that's failed to meet its goals in recent years but they've got an uphill task ahead