All of our teams were in action today, with some of them desperate to win to avoid the spectre of relegation. Here's how they got on
Gary Johnson's Yeovil Town have just three games to save their Championship status despite a goalless draw at Blackburn.
A World War II bomb discovered at low tide has been destroyed in a controlled explosion off the coast of North Somerset
Exmoor National Park has received almost £100 thousand for repairs.
The money from Defra will go towards restoring footpaths, bridleways and bridges damaged during the wettest winter on record.
The announcement was made by Environment minister Lord de Mauley, who said the parks are the "jewels in the crown" of the country's environment.
The famous Tarr Steps in Exmoor is just one of the attractions to benefit.
Bristol Rovers' hopes of avoiding the drop into the Conference have been dented after losing at home to promotion-chasing Rochdale this afternoon.
Rovers went ahead through Kaid Mohamed's strike in the 17th minute. But substitute Joe Bunney equalised in the first minute of the second half, before former Rovers' loanee Matthew Lund hit the winner in the 63rd minute.
Rovers remain third from bottom in League Two, but they could be in the relegation zone by 5pm if Northampton at least draw with Portsmouth.
All our Football League teams are in action today.
Swindon's push for the play-offs continues with a home match against Bradford.
Yeovil, Bristol Rovers and Cheltenham have 'must win' games as they fight to stay in their respective divisions.
While Bristol City are virtually safe from relegation as they travel to bottom club Stevenage.
Bath picked up a bonus point after running in four tries against bottom-of-the-table Worcester at The Rec. Mike Ford's men move up to third in the table.
But Gloucester were out-scored by five tries to three in a 38-30 defeat at Wasps.
Bristol Rovers' hopes of avoiding relegation from League Two have suffered a setback after they lost 3-2 at fellow strugglers Portsmouth.
Matt Harrold equalised twice for Rovers after Pompey had led through Adam Webster and Danny Hollands.
But substitute Wes Fogden hit the winner for the hosts twenty minutes from time.
It leaves Rovers third from bottom in League Two, level on points with Northampton, but Rovers have a better goal difference.
There are just four games of the season left and two of those will be played this Easter weekend. With the obvious exception of Yeovil Town, no other club is sweating more than Bristol Rovers.
Unless Rovers can turn things around, starting at Portsmouth on Saturday, the spectre of relegation from the Football League looms large. Matthias Kurth reports.
It's a busy weekend of sport. The region's football teams all have two games each, with Bristol Rovers fighting for their Football League future.
Manager Darrell Clarke is confident his team can avoid the drop into the Conference: