A last gasp converted try has secured a narrow victory for the Cornish Pirates in the Championship this afternoon.
Alex Cheesman touched down, and fly-half Laurence May kept his nerve to slot the match-winning conversion with the last kick of the game.
That's three wins in a row in all competitions, and lifts them up to 10th place in the table.
Exeter Chiefs have won a thrilling top of the table encounter:
They've beaten Harlequins 26-25 at Sandy Park. While in National League One Plymouth Albion beat Ampthil by 18-13.
It was a mixed weekend for the region's football teams:
Ryan Brunt rescued a point for Argyle with a late goal at Dagenham as it finished 1-1.
Jamie Reid scored in the fifth minute of injury time as Exeter also drew 1-1 against Bristol Rovers.
But Yeovil though lost 2-0 at Northampton, and in the National League it finished Braintree 0 Torquay 0.
The Player's Darts Championship is back at Butlins in Minehead. The tournament starts on Friday and ends on Sunday with £300,000 on offer. Gary Anderson will be defending his title against Phil Taylor and all the action will be on ITV4.
Exeter's Rugby World Cup volunteers - who became know as the Pack - have been thanked in a ceremony by England and Exeter Chiefs players.Read the full story ›
Volunteers who helped at the Rugby World Cup in Exeter have been invited to a reception with England players to thank them for their work.Read the full story ›
There's been disruption this afternoon at a match between Devon rivals Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City.
There was a huge police presence at the game. Two smoke bombs were set off before kick-off.
League two's Devon derby will kick off in a few minutes. Division leaders Plymouth Argyle host Exeter City at Home Park.
The Pilgrims have won seven of their last eight games - only losing to their nearest rivals Oxford United.
After avoid embarrassing exits in the 1st round of the FA Cup, Yeovil Town & Exeter City will discover their 2nd round fate this evening.Read the full story ›
Dorset eventer William Fox-Pitt is now conscious and breathing on his own following an horrific cross country fall in France.Read the full story ›
A new initiative is underway trying to make the Exeter the most active city in the South West by 2018.
Sport England will be handing the city council £130,000 later today to help pay for projects that will get people active, and big companies like EDF Energy and Exeter City Council will be targeted to provide workplace activity.