Exeter Chiefs beat West Country rivals Gloucester with the last kick of the match at Sandy Park.
Torquay United won 2-0 at Morecambe to move above Plymouth Argyle on goal difference after the Pilgrims lost 1-0 at home to Rotherham.
Yeovil Town secured their place in the League One play-offs; Exeter CIty drew; Plymouth Argyle lost and Torquay United's game was postponed.
There was late drama at Sixways this afternoon, as a Dean Mumm try four minutes from time, gave Exeter Chiefs a 24 points to 18 win at Worcester.
Luke Arscott and Gareth Steenson crossed the line in the first half. Steenson converted all three tries, and also kicked a penalty.
Our Championship sides are in action tomorrow. The Cornish Pirates entertain Bedford, while Plymouth Albion travel to Bristol (4.05pm),
Easter is traditionally the time of year when the football season reaches an exciting stage. On Saturday Plymouth Argyle and Exeter City meet at Home Park but this Devon derby isn't just about local bragging rights, as Jeff Welch reports.
In the Premiership, the Exeter Chiefs lost 12-9 at home to Leicester Tigers.
A try-less contest was won by four Toby Flood kicks. Gareth Steenson kicked three penalties for the hosts, and he had an opportunity to snatch a draw in the last minute, but his kick fell just short of the posts.
In the Championship, Plymouth Albion won 16-9 at London Scottish. Aaron Carpenter scored the only try of the match in the first half, with the rest of Albion's points coming from the boot of Declan Cusack.
The Cornish Pirates' match at Rotherham Titans was called off because of snow.
Heavy snow in the north of England has severely affected the weekend's sporting fixtures.
In football, Plymouth Argyle's match at Chesterfield and Exeter City's trip to Rotherham United are both off.
And in rugby's Championship, the Cornish Pirates clash at Rotherham Titans has also been postponed.
It's a big day for the region's football teams. Plymouth Argyle could climb out of the League Two relegation zone if they beat Fleetwood at Home Park.
Torquay United could slip into the drop zone this afternoon. The Gulls have a tough test at Southend.
At the other end of the table, Exeter City can cement their place in the play-off places with a win over fellow promotion chasers Bradford.
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Truro City Football Club are looking into the prospect of ground-sharing from next season and Plymouth Argyle’s Home Park is one of the venues they're considering .
The move will be a temporary measure for no more than three years, before a new home is built and ready to house the club in Cornwall.The freehold of their Treyew Road stadium was sold by the club's previous owners when they experienced financial problems.
City are looking into ways of helping fans wanting to attend games if they did move away. Playing at Home Park would involve a round trip of around one hundred miles.
It was a night of draws for the region's football teams.
In League One, Yeovil Town threw away a two-goal lead against Crawley. Byron Webster and Paddy Madden had put the Glovers 2-nil up at Huish Park.
In League Two, an 89th minute penalty from Rene Howe earned Torquay United a point in a 2-2 draw at Dagenham and Redbridge. Joss Labadie was also on-target for the Gulls.
Exeter City drew 0-0 with league leaders Gillingham at St James Park.
And it was also goal-less at Home Park in the match between Plymouth Argyle and Bradford. Argyle climb off the bottom of the table, to be replaced by Accrington who lost at home to Fleetwood.