In rugby's Championship tonight, Plymouth Albion have lost at Newcastle.
Albion were beaten 31-15 by the league leaders despite tries from Aaron Carpenter and Henry Slade.
Bristol won the West Country derby in torrential rain at Brickfields.
George Watkins and Redford Pennycook crossed the line for the visitors either side of half-time, sealing a first away victory since early September.
Albion scored a consolation try through Rhodri McAtee in the final minute.
Plymouth Albion play London Scottish tonight at Brickfields. A win would push Albion into the top four of the Championship and keep them on course for an end of season play-off spot.
And as Jeff Welch reports, Plymouth's fortunes seem to be on the up at the moment after a traumatic time in the club's history:
In rugby, Plymouth Albion are in action tonight, hosting London Scottish at Brickfields. A win would push Albion into the top four of the Championship and keep them on course for an end of season play-off spot.
Plymouth Albion chucked away a 15-0 lead at Brickfields to lose to third placed Nottingham.
It was a storming start by Albion with Jack Arnott scoring two tries in the first 15 minutes. His first came after just 28 seconds.
But the visitors then scored four tries of their own, and although Bevon Armitage closed the gap to just four points with Albion's third try of the match, Nottingham scored a fifth to seal the win.
The Cornish Pirates won 32-6 at Dundee High, while Plymouth Albion suffered a heavy 59-26 defeat at Rotherham.
It's not been a good day for our Championship teams.
The Cornish Pirates lost 25-24 at London Scottish, with the home side kicking an 80th minute penalty to win the game.
Local Newlyn youngster Jack Nowell had earlier scored a debut try for the Pirates.
Meanwhile, Plymouth Albion suffered a heavy 55-17 defeat at Bedford.
Plymouth Albion bounced back from last week's derby defeat to beat Leeds in a thrilling game at Brickfields.
The visitors outscored their hosts by five tries to four, but Albion were grateful to the kicking ability of Paul Roberts, who kicked 12 points.
Leeds scored a last minute try through Jacob Rowan, bringing them one point behind Albion with the conversion to come.
With the home fans biting their nails, Joe Ford missed his kick to give Albion their first five points of the season.
Plymouth Albion made a winning start to the new season but were made to work hard by Doncaster.
Sam Hocking and new signings Tom Bowen and Brett Beukeboom had scored tries to put Albion 27-14 ahead, but they had to survive a few late scares as the visitors staged a late fightback.