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 suffered their first defeat in four Championship games as Nottingham completed the double over their promotion rivals.
Liam Middleton's men weren't helped by a defensive error and missed kicks, as Tim Walsh reports:
Bristol Rovers won at home tonight against Exeter City in NPower league Division Two.
It ended 2 - 0 to Rovers, courtesy of goals from midfielder Oliver Norburn and defender Lee Brown.
It means Bristol Rovers, who were bottom at Christmas, move up to 15th in the table, while play-off hopefuls Exeter remain sixth.
In the Championship, Bristol City held Brighton to a goaless draw at Ashton Gate.
In League Two, Cheltenham beat Chesterfield 1 - 0 at Whaddon Road thanks to a Paul Benson header in injury time.
Bristol City have slipped to the foot of the Championship tonight, despite picking up a point in a goal-less draw at Blackpool. Steven Davis had a goal disallowed for Sean O'Driscoll's men.
- LEAGUE ONE
New Swindon Town manager Kevin MacDonald's first game in charge ended with a win. His side came from behind to score two goals in the last four minutes at Coventry. Andy Williams and Darren Ward with the goals.
Yeovil Town got back to winning ways after Ed Upson's goal secured the three points against Tranmere.
- LEAGUE TWO
Bristol Rovers had a comfortable 3-0 win over Burton Albion. Ryan Brunt, John-Joe O'Toole and Eliot Richards on-target for John Ward's men.
And Steve Elliott and Darren Carter scored for Cheltenham as they beat Wimbledon 2-1 at Whaddon Road.
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- LEAGUE ONE
- LEAGUE TWO
Bath had a bonus point win over London Irish in the Premiership.
The home side scored four tries in a 40 - 16 win, with 17 points coming from the boot of Tom Heathcote.
Bath Rugby's hooker Lee Mears is encouraging athletes to get regular health checks to prevent serious problems in the future. The England international player announced yesterday that he has been forced to retire, after a heart abnormality showed up on a cardiac screening.
It comes a week after a 13-year-old boy from Trowbridge had a heart attack while playing football. Tamsin Eames reports.
Bath Rugby's England international hooker Lee Mears announced yesterday that he has been forced to retire because of a heart problem.
The 33-year-old, who also represented the British Lions, was advised to stop playing after an abnormality showed up on a cardiac screening.
He spent 16 years with Bath, playing 268 games and made 42 appearances for England.
You can watch our full interview with Lee Mears below: