Yeovil Town battled back from two goals down to draw with Charlton, and Plymouth Argyle are through to the FA Cup Third Round.
The Exeter Chiefs have been beaten 14-9 by defending champions Toulon in the Heineken Cup.
Our Sports Correspondent Matthias Kurth looks ahead to this weekend's football and rugby fixtures.
Exeter Chiefs have been beaten at home by Toulon in the Heineken Cup.
Florian Fresia scored the only try of the game for the defending European champions. Jonny Wilkinson also kicked a penalty and a late drop goal.
Gareth Steenson scored two penalties for the Chiefs, with Henry Slade also kicking three points.
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has been interviewed for the vacant manager's job at Portsmouth according to their local newspaper The News. It reports that the longest serving manager in the football league was interviewed at a hotel in Newbury on Tuesday.
Tisdale is believed to be one of seven candidates for the job following the sacking of previous manager Guy Whittingham. The Portsmouth board are thought to be speaking to a shortlist of two today before announcing their appointment by Monday.
If Tisdale has spoken to Portsmouth then the news will come as a surprise to City fans. The most successful manager in Exeter's history has previously turned down the chance to become manager at Brighton and Swansea over the past few years.
Olympic medalist Tom Daley said he was overwhelmed by the positive response he had received from the public, after revealing earlier today that he is in a gay relationship.
Overwhelmed by all the support! Means the world! Thanks so much guys ??????
British Swimming chief executive David Sparks congratulated Tom Daley after he revealed he was in a relationship with a man, saying everyone within British Swimming supports him. In a statement, he said:
Everybody within British Swimming supports Tom and his announcement. It's a very private matter and doesn't change the very positive way in which we will continue to work with Tom.
Tom is one of the world's leading athletes and has achieved success at every level of competition including Olympic bronze and world gold.
I hope the media will give Tom the privacy he deserves to allow him to continue to focus on performance as he continues to be an inspiration and role model to millions around the globe.
Edward Coe, chairman of the ASA Group Board, who was himself named a role model by the lesbian, gay and bisexual charity Stonewall last year, also offered his unequivocal support.
We must support Tom Daley in taking this incredibly courageous step.
To be one of the first Olympic athletes to come out is very brave and will, I hope, be a signal not just to other sports people but to all young people that you can be open about your sexuality, even in a very public environment. I am very proud of Tom.
Celebrities, MPs and sport stars have been tweeting their congratulations to Olympic medalist Tom Daley after he revealed he is gay in an emotional online video.
.@tomdaley1994 Well done sunshine, dive into love.
Of course we support you @tomdaley1994 and we all love you even more for your bravery and honesty. X
Delighted that @tomdaley1994 is happy in his new relationship. Well done for sharing it. Good luck to them both.
– Tom Daley, speaking in a home video
Come spring this year, my life changed massively when I met someone and it made me feel so happy, so safe and everything just feels great. And that someone is a guy. It was always in the back of my head that something like that could happen, but it wasn't until spring this year that something just clicked. It felt right. My whole world just changed, right there and then.