Torquay United are hoping their Easter Monday win at St James Park in the Devon derby has come in time to save them from relegation
All of our teams were in action today, including a Devon derby between Exeter and Torquay. Here's how they got on.
Despite a goalless draw at Blackburn Rovers, Gary Johnson's Yeovil Town have 3 games to save their Championship place.
Crowds lined the streets to celebrate Exeter Chiefs' victory in the LV= Cup.
It's the first major trophy for the club since they won promotion to the Premiership.
Fans turned out in force to show their support as the team made their open-topped bus tour.
John Andrews reports:
There was some success for the West Country in this afternoon's Grand National at Aintree.
Balthazar King, trained by Somerset's Philip Hobbs, came second. The race was won by the 25-1 shot - Pineau De Re.
Rocky Creek, trained by Paul Nicholls in Somerset, came fifth.
Yeovil Town continue their battle against relegation from the Championship as they take on fellow strugglers Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.
In League Two, Torquay United face promotion-chasing Scunthorpe as they also fight to beat the drop. Exeter City are away at Bury, while Plymouth Argyle's play-off push takes them to Burton Albion.
You can follow all the action with live text updates by clicking on the links below. All games kick-off at 3pm.
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The most famous event in the horse racing calendar takes place tomorrow - and there are high hopes that Somerset trainer Philip Hobbs may produce a winner.
He's got two horses running in the Grand National and expectations are high following success at the Cheltenham Festival.
Bob Cruwys went to meet him at his stables near Minehead:
The Devon School Games are coming to Plymouth this year. They will take place on 25 June, at locations across the city including Plymouth's Life Centre. More than two thousand children from across the county will be competing.