Plymouth Albion scored three tries in a 33-18 win at Bedford in the Championship.
Tomorrow the Exeter Chiefs travel to Bath in the semi-finals of the LV= Cup. Kick-off at The Rec is at 1pm. The winners will play Northampton in the final at Sandy Park. They beat Saracens today in the other semi-final match.
And in the Championship, the Cornish Pirates face league leaders Bristol.
In tonight's Championship rugby, the Cornish Pirates were beaten at third-from-bottom Moseley.
The scores were level until the hosts scored a late try and penalty to win 28 - 20.
Plymouth Albion have booked their place in the quarter-finals of the British and Irish Cup.
Albion finished top of their pool after a 34-23 victory at Nottingham.
Last night, the Cornish Pirates lost 27-23 at Ulster - the winning try was scored in the final minute.
And in the Heineken Cup, Exeter Chiefs won 19-13 at Cardiff Blues. Don Armand scored the Chiefs' only try of the game, with the rest of the points coming from the boot of Gareth Steenson.
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Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan said he was pleased with his side's performance for 80 minutes of the derby match with Exeter City at St James Park:
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale was delighted with his side's performance in the Devon derby victory over Plymouth Argyle at St James Park:
Exeter City have beaten local rivals Plymouth Argyle in this lunchtime's Devon derby at St James Park.
Arron Davies put the Grecians ahead in the 56th minute. The Pilgrims equalised 13 minutes later when Luke Young struck a free-kick past Artur Krysiak.
But Exeter scored twice in the last ten minutes through Alan Gow and Scot Bennett to secure the three points.
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.