Gloucester are through to the final of the European Challenge Cup after beating Exeter Chiefs 30-19 at Kingsholm this evening.
Billy Meakes, Tom Savage and Jonny May crossed for the Cherry and Whites, who'll now play Edinburgh in the final at The Stoop on May 1st.
Gloucester rugby will hope to make it through to their first European final in almost a decade when they take on Exeter at Kingsholm.
The Cherry and Whites are undefeated at home in 2015 but welcome a Chiefs side who have beaten them twice this season and are fourth in the table. Gloucester winger Charlie Sharples says the players know it's a great chance to end the season on a high:
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The number of people out of work in the South West has risen in the last quarter - the only region to see a rise in Great Britain.
The South West has bucked the national trend, with the figures revealing unemployment has gone up by 7,000 to 126,000 in the three months to Feb 2015 - an increase of 4.6%.
But, despite the numbers, our region continues to have one of the highest employment rates with 76.8% in work.
Paul Jacobs, of Bristol City Council, spoke to ITV.
A Hoopoe has been spotted at Slimbridge this morning after getting lost on migration.
The stunning bird is found across Afro-Eurasia and is notable for its distinctive "crown" of feathers. The birds usually migrate this time of year and staff at the Wildlife and Wetland centre believe it may have got lost or confused, ending up in Gloucestershire