Exeter City have beaten League Two leaders Wycombe at St James Park.
The Grecians recovered from conceding an early goal, with David Wheeler and Scott Bennett on-target in a 2-1 win.
Elsewhere tonight, Plymouth Argyle drew nil-nil at Wimbledon.
And in League One, Yeovil Town lost 2-0 at Sheffield United.
Plymouth sporting stars have been honoured for their summer of success at the Commonwealth Games and European Championships this evening.
At a special event at the University College of St Mark and St John honorary degrees were given to Plymothian swimming star Sian Davies and diving coach Andy Banks.
Before the event our reporter Jacquie Bird went to meet two young divers who are already successful in the sport and talked to them about their hopes and the pressure they face in the field.
Disgraced West Country cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-Locke was back in the saddle yesterday, taking on the Exmoor Beast Cycle Ride.Read the full story ›
Disgraced Westcountry based cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-locke was today back in the saddle taking on the gruelling one hundred kilometre Exmoor Beast Cycle ride.
He was banned from professional cycling and stripped of his title as winner of the tour of Britain after failing a drugs test. He says the ruling only relied on one blood test which showed an anomaly and he can't afford to appeal. He has mixed feelings about returning as a full time professional racer.
Plymouth Argyle were the region's only winners as they beat in-form Carlisle 1-0 at Home Park. Yeovil and Exeter City both drew.Read the full story ›
In the British and Irish Cup this afternoon, Cornish Pirates had victory snatched away from them at Doncaster. They conceded a late try to lose 29-25.
And Plymouth Albion went down 29-16 at Carmarthen.
Olympic diver Tom Daley has been crowned Man of the Year by Attitude magazine.
The 20-year-old, who's from Plymouth and came out publicly last year, has topped the magazine's Hot 100 Sexiest Men list for the past two years.
It's a real honour to be named Man of the Year 2014 by Attitude magazine. It's been a good year and to be given this award means a lot.
The Attitude Awards celebrate the achievements of gay people in entertainment, fashion and politics.
Torquay United have slipped out of the Conference play-off places after losing 4-2 at second-from-bottom Alfreton.
Former Gulls striker Karl Hawley gave the hosts an 18th minute lead. Louis Briscoe equalised on the half hour, but Alfreton went in at half-time ahead after a goal from Tom Shaw.
Briscoe levelled for a second time, but Paul Clayton and Hawley added further goals for Nicky Law's side.
Gareth Steenson kicked 19 points and Exeter ran in five tries to bounce back from last week's defeat by Newcastle to overrun London Irish.Read the full story ›