Yeovil Town were the region's only winners. Exeter City drew, but there were defeats for Plymouth Argyle and struggling Torquay United.
Exeter Chiefs are hoping that they'll make history this weekend with a win at Bath in the semi-final of the LV Cup
Plymouth Argyle made it eleven goals in a week after thumping Morecambe 5-0. Yeovil Town drew at Reading despite having 3 players sent off.
Volunteers are being sought to help at the Rugby World Cup in Exeter next year. Organisers say they need 300 volunteers to work at Sandy Park, which will host matches for, amongst others, Italy and Tonga.
They'll be part of a 6,000-strong group of volunteers which will be known as "The Pack." Applications open on 17 March 2014.
Most of us wouldn't dare to go near the sea - let alone in it - on days like this. But there's one group of sports people who relish the opportunity.
The Red Bull Stormchasers windsurfing competition came to Gwithian on the north coast of Cornwall at the weekend.
They were testing the skills of the world's best, in a contest held in wind gusts of 80 miles an hour. The winner was a Frenchman named Thomas Traversa - who weighs less than 10 stone.
Pictures courtesy of Red Bull Stormchasers
With the way the weather has been over the last few weeks, it becomes a major task making sure football games go ahead.
Yeovil's championship match at Huish Park with Millwall has beaten the weather and for the first time since 4 January, fans can watch Torquay United in action. Jeff Welch reports from Plainmoor ahead of tonight's game against Northampton.
In football, Yeovil Town entertain Millwall in the Championship tonight. And in League 2, Torquay, who have had their last three home matches called off due to a waterlogged pitch - are hoping for better conditions for their match at Plainmoor against fellow strugglers Northampton.
Torquay United's League Two match with Bury at Plainmoor has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
Referee Dave Phillips carried out his first inspection at 9am and then looked again at midday, deciding the surface was not safe for the players.
While the region's football and rugby sides are being affected by the weather, one sport which is having no such problems is basketball.
February is an important month for the Plymouth Raiders as they look to reach the end of season play-offs under new coach Jay Marriot.
Jeff Welch reports:
@cornishpirates1 Game off pitch waterlogged
Early inspection following rain overnight indicated no possibility for pitch to be playable by this evening. We will advise new date ASAP