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Exeter Chiefs have beaten the Northampton Saints 15-8 at Sandy Park to win the LV Cup - the first major trophy in the club's 143-year history.
A second boat has been gutted by fire in Dartmouth Harbour. 'Blue Storm', a 25ft Bayliner, caught fire only five nights after the blaze on the African Queen. She was moored on the Kingswear trots in the harbour.
The owners and their dog were on board and when they were unable to extinguish the blaze they escaped in their own tender. They were suffering from smoke inhalation but, following an assessment by a local ambulance crew, they were able to return to Dartmouth to stay with friends.
A car that was submerged on the Somerset Levels for nearly two months and became an enduring image of the crisis has been put up for sale online.
Describing it as 'the famous flooded Seat Toledo from Somerset', owner Hubert Zajaczkowski describes the car's condition as 'used', and points out that it no longer works. He will donate the money from the sale to a floods relief charity.
Fire crews are helping pump seawater onto the cliff at Dawlish to bring down 350,000 thousand tonnes of potentially unstable rock and earth. Network Rail says the operation should prevent a potentially "catastrophic" collapse that poses a risk to workers.
The recent storms caused more than thirty landslips along the coast.
Network Rail is under pressure to finish the Dawlish repairs by the target date of 4 April 2014. The video above shows the fire crews' work in progress.
Hundreds of people turned out in Exeter today to watch the freedom of the city granted to the crew of one of the Royal Navy's newest ships HMS Defender.
Its taken over the role of HMS Exeter and marks a tradition which dates back to 1680 when the city first made links with the Royal Navy.
Richard Lawrence reports:
Plymouth Albion have lost 30-23 to Jersey at Brickfields.
Albion scored three tries in the second period, including two in the final minutes of the match, but were unable to overturn a half-time deficit of 13 points.
And the Cornish Pirates host third-placed London Welsh at the Mennaye Field tomorrow afternoon (3pm).