Bristol overturned a half-time deficit to win 22-18 at London Scottish in the British and Irish Cup.
Luke Eaves scored Bristol's only try, with 17 points coming from the boot of Mark Cooke.
Bath have lost their opening match of the new European Champions' Cup, going down 37-10 at Glasgow.
Both sides came into the game in decent domestic form, with Bath having won four of their opening six Aviva Premiership matches and Glasgow unbeaten in the Guinness PRO12 until last weekend.
Mark Bennett opened and closed the try-scoring for the Warriors, who twice fought back from behind to open up with a win.
Jonathan Joseph scored Bath's only try in the 13th minute.
Gloucester lost 28-21 at Saracens in the Premiership. The Cherry and Whites were outscored by three tries to two.Read the full story ›
Wes Burns scored a 93rd minute winner as Bristol City beat Chesterfield 3-2. Steve Cotterill's men were the region's only winners.Read the full story ›
The draw has been made for the Area Quarter-Finals of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Bristol City will host AFC Wimbledon at Ashton Gate. It will be the first ever meeting between the two sides.
The match will be played in the second week of November.
Swindon Town move up to second in League One, a place behind Bristol City who extended their unbeaten record.Read the full story ›
Two weeks after losing to Bath, Leicester Tigers suffered another West Country horror show - this time against Gloucester at Kingsholm.Read the full story ›
Bath moved top of the Premiership after ending Saracens' 100% league record this season in a pulsating Recreation Ground encounter.Read the full story ›
Bath have returned to winning ways by beating Premiership leaders Saracens at The Rec.
A try in each half from Jonathan Joseph and Kyle Eastmond, plus eleven points from the boot of George Ford, gave Bath a 21-11 win.
It ends Saracens unbeaten start to the season, while Mike Ford's men return to the top of the table.
With two wins and two losses from their opening four Premiership games, Gloucester face the acid test against Leicester at Kingsholm tomorrow.
Captain Billy Twelvetrees says the key now is to try and establish some consistency