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.
Gloucester face the biggest and most decisive game of their season tomorrow night. They're up against defending Premiership champions, Harlequins, at Kingsholm.
And with just four regular-season games left to break into the play-offs, they have to win.
Here are Gloucester's Director of rugby, Nigel Davies, Freddie Burns and Mike Tindall, all talking about how much tomorrow's game means.
In the Premiership, Gloucester narrowly beat bottom-of-the-table London Welsh 15-14. All the points came from the boot of Freddie Burns - the winning kick was converted six minutes from time.
In the Championship, Bristol left it late to beat Jersey 29-23 in Andy Robinson's first game in charge. Adrian Jarvis scored 24 of Bristol's points, including one try. Fautua Otto also crossed the line in the second half as Robinson's men came from behind to win the match.
In tonight's Premiership rugby match, Bath lost 14-13 at relegation-threatened Sale.
In blizzard-like conditions, Bath were leading 10-9 midway through the second half after a try from Horacio Agulla.
But Tom Brady crossed the line ten minutes from the end to win the game for the home side.
Bristol City have a crucial game in the Championship this afternoon. Sean O'Driscoll's men travel to Wolves who have the same number of points.
City are bottom of the table, with Wolves just one place above. Both teams are two points from safety.
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Bristol suffered their second consecutive defeat in the Championship with a 23-14 loss at third from bottom Moseley.
Liam Middleton's men were leading 14-7 at half-time, but that was the end of their point scoring.
It means they remain in fifth place, just outside of the play-off places.
Bath have missed out on a place in the LV= Cup Final after losing 31 - 23 to Harlequins.
They conceded two tries in the first twenty minutes, including a solo effort from Tom Williams, who ran almost the length of the pitch after intercepting Kyle Eastmond's poor pass.
Francois Louw and Nick Abendanon did cross the line for Bath, but they were out-scored by four tries to two.