The Exeter Chiefs have been beaten by bottom-of-the-table Sale in tonight's Premiership match.
The home side overturned an eight-point half-time deficit to win 21-16.
Watisoni Votu crossed the line for The Chiefs, with the rest of their points coming from the boot of Gareth Steenson.
Exeter almost snatched victory in the final minute, but had a Jack Nowell try disallowed by the video referee.
When most football fans talk about Wembley, teams such as Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal usually trip off the tongue. But those illustrious sides could soon be joined by one from Cornwall.
Yes tomorrow Bodmin Town are hoping to take a giant step towards playing on the hallowed turf. Bodmin are at home to the Midlands outfit Gornal Athletic in the fifth round of the FA Vase. Watch Jeff Welch's report.
Plymouth's Tom Daley will be among the top divers competing at the British Diving Championships in the city later.
It's the first major test of the Life Centre since it opened in March last year.
There's a lot of local talent hoping for success - twelve of the 86 entries are local. And we will be coming live from the start of the Diving Championships this evening.
Exeter Chiefs beat Premiership rivals Northampton in tonight's LV= Cup late kick-off at Sandy Park.
Ben White, Jack Nowell and Watisoni Votu scored three first-half tries for the home side, with Ignacio Mieres kicking 13 points.
Follow your favourite West Country football team with live text updates from this afternoon's games.
Just click on the links below shortly before kick-off at 3pm:
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The first ever wheelchair rugby tournament in the South West will take place in Plymouth today [Saturday].
It's being hosted by a newly formed team called the West Country Hawks.
The Plymouth Life Centre will welcome three teams including players who appeared at the 2012 Olympics in London for TeamGB.
The first ever wheelchair rugby tournament in the South West will take place at the Plymouth Life Centre tomorrow. It is being hosted by the newly-formed team West Country Hawks. Here's their coach, Chris Perkins:
The first ever wheelchair rugby tournament in the South West will take place in Plymouth tomorrow.
It's being hosted by a newly formed team called the West Country Hawks. The Plymouth Life Centre will welcome three teams including players who appeared at the 2012 Olympics in London.