Prince Harry will be attending the Rugby World Cup match between Georgia and Namibia at Exeter's Sandy Park today.
He'll also be in Paignton, presenting an award to the town's rugby club. It's to recognise the contribution the club has made to promote rugby in the community. The Prince will meet coaches, players and volunteers.
Plymouth Argyle are through to the next round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy after beating Devon rivals Exeter City at Home Park.
A goal in each half from Hiram Boateng and Craig Tanner sealed victory in Argyle's 5000th competitive game.
Elsewhere, Yeovil are also through after beating Coventry 4-3 on penalties.
And in the National League, Torquay lost 3-2 at home to Dover.
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Following England's loss to Australia last weekend, the team are putting Exeter stars Henry Slade and Jack Nowell into the frame, in what will be England's final Rugby World Cup pool match.
It will be the first Rugby World Cup appearance for both players, with head coach Stuart Lancaster making a raft of changes for the game against Uruguay on Saturday.
Nowell has been recalled on the wing, while Slade has been named in the number 13 slot, winning only his second cap for England.
Plymouth are up against Exeter in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at Home Park tonight. As well as being the first meeting between the sides this season, the match also marks Argyle's 5000th game in their history. Alfie Wyatt is a Pilgrims fan who has followed the club for more than 80 years.
Exeter's Fanzone will remain open for the rest of the Rugby World Cup - despite the national team's departure from the tournament. Gloucester have decided to shut theirs after the last match at Kingsholm on October 11th - blaming costs for the closure.
But Exeter City Council says it's determined to carry on with the Fanzone in Northernhay Gardens - with huge crowds already turning out for games. The next match to played at Sandy Park takes place on Wednesday between Namibia and Georgia.
In football there's been mixed fortunes for South West teams.
North Devon's golfing star Jimmy Mullen is making his pro debut at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland.
He only recently turned pro after he helped Great Britain and Ireland to a win over USA in the prestigious Walker cup.
It's going well for the 21-year-old so far, he and Anthony Wall currently share a one-stroke lead at halfway.
Our reporter Jacquie Bird is spending the day with a crowd who are certainly cheering him on - his home club.
All the talk at the Rugby World Cup this week has been about England's must win match against Australia at Twickenham.
Exeter Chiefs summer signing Geoff Parling is in the starting line up for the match at Twickenham which England must win to progress to the knockout stages. He says they'll do all they can to secure victory:
It has been announced that Prince Harry is to visit a Devon rugby club next Wednesday, 7 October.
The Prince - who is patron of the All Schools rugby programme - will see how it has been encouraging youngsters in Paignton to take up the sport.
He'll go on to Exeter to see the Rugby World Cup match between Namibia and Georgia.