This doesn't happen very often, but all our teams are celebrating wins tonight!Read the full story ›
In the Championship, Plymouth Albion threw away a half-time lead to lose 30-25 at Rotherham. Lawrence Rayner scored all of Albion's points, including one try.
And the Cornish Pirates take on Bristol at Ashton Gate tomorrow afternoon.
Thousands of music fans are in Looe this weekend for Cornwall's second largest festival.
Ninety acts, including the Changing Room and the Polperro Fishermen's Choir as well as headliners Squeeze and Frank Turner will be playing.
It's the fourth year running for the festival, which is bigger than ever. The original idea was to help lengthen the tourist season.
The fancy dress theme this year is Celts and Cowboys and it's lovely to see everybody walking around town, having a great time, and really showing Looe at its best and helping our local economy, I think."
Exeter Chiefs recovered from conceding two early tries to beat Gloucester at Kingsholm.Read the full story ›
Exeter Chiefs have picked up their second win of the season after beating Gloucester at Kingsholm.
Despite conceding two early tries, Rob Baxter's men battled back to win 25 - 22.
Ben White scored the Chiefs' only try, with 17 points coming from the boot of Gareth Steenson.
The St Ives September Festival starts today, providing a welcome late season boost for the town.
More than three hundred events will take place over the next fortnight.
They'll include music, exhibitions, walks, films, and stories and poetry.
The festival has been running since 1978.
The Tall Ships Regatta begins in Falmouth today.
More than 40 sail training vessels from around the world, including 12 of the magnificent and mighty square-rigged tall Ships will be open to the public to explore and learn about.
They'll leave Falmouth Bay on Sunday in a spectacular Parade of Sail.
David Cameron has spent the weekend in Cornwall, despite criticism for resuming his holiday at a time of crisis. The Prime Minister - seen here surfing at Polzeath beach - went back to Downing Street following the execution of US journalist James Foley. B - only to return to the duchy the next day.
The Prime Minister is heading back to Cornwall to resume his family holiday after returning to No 10 yesterday to deal with the Syrian crisis.
If true, the brutal murder of James Foley is shocking and depraved.
The Prime Minister is returning to Downing Street this morning. He will meet with the Foreign Secretary and senior officials from the Home Office, Foreign Office and the agencies to discuss the situation in Iraq and Syria and the threat posed by ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) terrorists.
The Prime Minister's family holiday to Polzeath lasted just over a day.