In rugby, Cornish Pirates have lost their final British & Irish Cup pool match to Ulster 27-23. The Pirates were outscored by three tries to two - the winning try coming in the final minute.
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.
Cornish Pirates owner Dicky Evans has announced that he'll be handing over control of the club by the end of this season.
Evans led the Championship side into the professional era but 20 years on, the 67-year-old will now sell to a consortium of 100 share holders. He will continue to personally invest sponsorship money.
His ambition of taking the Pirates to the Premiership has been held up with Cornwall not having a stadium fit for the top-flight.
A new stadium in Truro has been granted planning permission and is due for completion in 2017 - but still requires funding.
You can read Dicky Evans' full statement here.
It was a successful night for both of our Rugby Union teams in the British and Irish Cup.
Plymouth Albion beat Nottingham 28-9. Rhys Oakley, Rob Langley and Eoghan Grace all scored tries. And the Cornish Pirates beat Ulster 34-17. Aaron Carpenter, Mike Pope, Kieran Goss, Matt Evans all touched down for them. Angus Sinclair scored three penalties.
In tonight's rugby, Plymouth Albion tasted defeat after conceding a try in the final minute of their match against London Scottish at Brickfields.
But there was better news for the Cornish Pirates who beat Moseley 28-13, with Tom Riley crossing the line twice.
Former British Lions & England star Josh Lewsey who stepped down as Chief Executive of the Cornish Pirates earlier this week has been named as the Welsh RFU's Head of Rugby, working alongside Head Coach Warren Gatland.
The 36-year-old, who retired in 2009 after winning 55 caps and making three Test appearances for the British and Irish Lions, will begin his new role at the end of September.
Lewsey said: "I'm delighted to have been offered this opportunity to play a pivotal role in ensuring the strength and well-being of the national sport of Wales. "
The former England rugby player Josh Lewsey has been talking publicly for the first time about his new role as the Cornish Pirates' Chief Executive.
Pirates fans will be hoping his distinguished playing career, which saw him win fifty five caps over ten years, rubs off on their side's fortunes.
Jeff Welch reports:
In last night's rugby, the Cornish Pirates suffered defeat at the hands of the Rotherham Titans at Clifton Lane.
The result leaves the Pirates 6th in the table, 13 points off the play off places.
The away side were outscored 7 tries to 3, with scrum half Tom Kessel scoring a brace for the Pirates.
Bad weather is taking its toll on the weekend's rugby and football fixtures.
Cornish Pirates game at Rotherham tomorrow has been postponed until Sunday at 2pm because of heavy snowfall in the area.
There will be a pitch inspection at Clifton Lane at 9am tomorrow to determine whether it will go ahead on Sunday afternoon.
Josh Lewsey has been appointed to the dual roles of Acting Chief Executive and Performance Director for the Cornish Pirates.
The former British Lion and World Cup winner with England will join the club from next month until September as a part-time consultant.