Reaction from last night's game between Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town, which ended 2-1 to the home side.
Yeovil Town remain bottom of the Championship tonight after losing 2-1 at Doncaster Rovers.
Here's the route of the open-top bus tour to celebrate Yeovil Town's promotion to the Championship.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News. Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months.
Well we've been speaking to victims of dog attacks who've suffered horrific injuries. The following report contains a graphic image.
Police put the increase in the number of dangerous dogs being seized dow to trends. PC Andy Hennys is a Police dog handler.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News.
Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months. And more than double the number reported two years before. Victims like Claire Langlands, who was attacked by a dangerous dog in Yeovil, is calling for a change in the law.
Christmas lights are being turned on in Yeovil Town Centre this evening. It's being funded by local councils and traders. There will be over 40 new displays, including one from Yeovil Town, featuring animated players and a festive greeting from the Club.
Olympic rower Captain Heather Stanning says she's looking forward to getting back in her boat after returning from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The athlete, from Yeovil, won Team GB's first gold at last summer's Olympics. And while many of the returning soldiers will now be taking the chance to rest and unwind, Heather's focus is on winning a place in the team for the 2016 games.
Sally Simmonds reports.
Olympic Gold Medallist Heather Stanning has returned from Helmand Province having completed a 6 month tour as part of the British military’s force in Afghanistan.
The army officer from Yeovil won Team GB’s first Gold Medal at the London 2012 games with her team mate, Helen Glover in the rowing women’s pair.
Following her Olympic success Heather returned to her career as a captain with the Royal Artillery.
After completing intensive pre-deployment training and specialist training working with the Royal Artillery’s Unmanned Air Systems, her chosen specialisation, she deployed to Afghanistan in April this year.
Two children have been rescued after getting trapped knee deep in mud in Yeovil. The 11 year old boys were pulled out by firefighters on Summerhouse Hill.
Online dating is now the choice of many when looking for love, latest figures show that nine million people across Britain are turning to the internet to find a relationship.
Richard Smith and Jude Clark from Yeovil met online, they recently married and their story is featured on this evening's Tonight programme.
But online dating doesn't work out well for everyone, as Adam Fowler reports.