Bristol Rugby have beaten Ealing in the Championship in a decisive Friday night win.
Andy Robinson's side scored nine tries in a 63-10 win at Ashton Gate. Ollie Robinson and Ben Mosses both crossed the line twice.
Coach Sean Holley complimented the team on an 'outstanding' performance.
The news is less good for netball fans, as Team Bath suffered their first defeat of the new Super League season, losing 62-37 at home to Manchester Thunder.
In football, Bristol City have picked up their first point of the new season.
They drew 2-2 with Leeds United at Ashton Gate. Kieran Agard scored for the Robins in the 89th minute followed by Aden Flint in quick succession.
Steve Cotterill's men are now 22nd in the Championship table.
Bristol City fans have expressed outrage at the price of tickets for the side's first away game back in the Championship.
The board of Bristol City's Supporters Club & Trust have decided to stay away because they think £39 is extortionate.
A spokesperson for Bristol City has issued this response
The game will take place at Hillsborough on Saturday 8 August.
Bristol City FC are holding an open top bus tour on Bank Holiday Monday to celebrate this seasons success.
The team are the Sky Bet League One champions and have secured promotion to the Championship after beating Bradford City earlier this month.
Two buses will carry players and staff from Ashton Gate at 12.30pm and head through North Street and Bedminster towards the centre.
After passing through Redcliffe, the bus will park at the Lloyds Amphitheater at around 2pm for a short presentation.
For a full route map click here.
Bristol City will pick up the League One trophy in just under two weeks after being crowned champions at the weekend.
They'll be able to celebrate with the silverware at their next home game against Walsall on Sunday 3rd May.
Bristol City may have only just won the League One title, but owner Stephen Lansdown is already targeting the Premier League:
Bristol City's top scorer Aaron Wilbraham is pleased to have won the League One title in front of the Ashton Gate crowd:
Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill will celebrate winning the League One title with 2 cups of tea tonight!
The 50-year-old was speaking to the media after City's 0-0 draw with Coventry at Ashton Gate - a point being enough to secure the club's first title in 60 years:
Bristol City have secured the League One title.
The Ashton Gate club only needed a point after nearest rivals Preston could only draw at Port Vale last night.
And City's 0-0 stalemate with Coventry this afternoon was enough to secure their first league title in 60 years.
Our Sports Correspondent, Matthias Kurth, reports from Ashton Gate: