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Yeovil Town were the region's only winners with an excellent 3-0 success at Watford. Exeter City drew, but Torquay and Argyle both lost.
Exeter Chiefs are still waiting for their first win over Bath. They lost 21-16, despite scoring the only two tries of the match.
Plymouth Albion had a comfortable 20 - 5 win at bottom-of-the-table Ealing.
Tom Bowen and Lewis Warner scored a try apiece, with the other ten points coming from the boot of Declan Cusack.
Tony McCoy missed out on an historic 4,000th career win at Exeter today after failing to take victory in his three rides today.
It would have proved to be a fitting venue for McCoy to reach the landmark as Exeter racecourse was the scene of the Northern Irishman's first ever winner in England. He finished first on Chickabiddy for Gordon Edwards in September 1994.
He has another chance at Chepstow Races tomorrow.
Bristol had to come from behind to beat Plymouth Albion in a thrilling game of rugby at Brickfields.
The visitors scored six tries, including a hat-trick from George Watkins, to seal their seventh straight win.
Albion got off to a flyer and were 14-0 up after just eight minutes, thanks to tries from Tom Bowen and Jack Arnott.
Ben Skirving pulled one back in the 19th minute, before Bowen soon added his second of the afternoon.
Watkins then scored two tries in two minutes at the end of the first period to give a half-time score of 21-19.
Bowen completed his hat-trick two minutes into the second half, but Bristol scored three more tries through Nicky Robinson, Watkins and Bryan Rennie.
It's now three Premiership wins out of three for the Exeter Chiefs.
Rob Baxter's men were 18 - 16 winners at Sale tonight, thanks to six penalties from Gareth Steenson.
And in the Championship, the Cornish Pirates have bounced back after last week's heavy defeat by winning 16-8 at home to London Scottish. Thomas Kebsel scored two tries for the Pirates.
Exeter City have announced details of the tour to Brazil and how fans can now book tickets and travel to this historic event.
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We are pleased to say we have completed our research into the numbers of fans who have indicated they would consider travelling to Rio de Janeiro in July 2014 for the return of Exeter City Football Club to Brazil after 100 years away.
We have secured Thomas Cook Sport as the club's official tour operator.
Deposits are higher than initially anticipated, but are in line with standard industry practice and the requirements of our official travel partners and are out of the control of the club.
Somerset County Cricket Club have confirmed South African Test batsman Alviro Petersen will be returning to the Club as their overseas player for the 2014 season.
During his spell with the County in 2013 the top order batter, who has played in 26 Test matches, appeared in six Championship games in which he scored 562 runs at an average of 46.83, including a century on his debut at the Oval.
The biggest women's tennis tournament in our region is underway in Barnstaple, the GB Pro-Series is taking place at the Tarka Tennis Centre.
Many of the world's best tennis players are taking part, including the former British number one Heather Watson.
And the mother of Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray is also there in her role as British women's captain.