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Leeds Carnegie defeated Newcastle Falcons 24-19 in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final at Headingley.
A see-saw contest in bright sunshine on Bank Holiday Monday went the way of the hosts thanks to a late try from Ryan Burrows, meaning Leeds will take a narrow lead to Kingston Park for the return fixture next Sunday.
Stevie McColl also touched down for in-form Carnegie, who had come into the knockout stages of the campaign off the back of six straight victories.
Ally Hogg crossed for the Falcons - who had finished the regular season on top of the table - with Jimmy Gopperth providing the rest of their points, the fly-half trading kicks with opposite number Joe Ford.
Leeds broke the deadlock midway through the first half when Fred Burdon did well to draw out Newcastle full-back Alex Tait before passing the ball on to the supporting McColl.
Ford converted and although Gopperth replied with a penalty, Leeds were gifted the chance to restore their seven-point cushion almost immediately when the visitors made a mess of the restart.
A further penalty took the score to 13-3, yet by the break the Falcons had drawn level; Hogg went over in the corner and after adding the touchline conversion, Gopperth slotted over a penalty with the final kick of the half.
The Leinster-bound no 10 then added six more points to give Newcastle a comfortable cushion going into the final 10 minutes of the game.
However, Leeds made sure they would have their noses in front ahead of the second leg with a rousing finish in front of their own fans.
A pair of Ford penalties made it 19 apiece before Burrows caught the Falcons flat footed in the dying stages, the replacement just managing to hold off the last defender to reach the line for a try that went unconverted.
|Friday 18th April|
|19:45||Bristol vs London Welsh|
|20:00||Nottingham vs Moseley|
|Saturday 19th April|
|14:00||Jersey vs London Scottish|
|15:00||Bedford vs Cornish Pirates|
|15:00||Plymouth Albion vs Ealing Trailfinders|
|17:15||Rotherham Titans vs Leeds Carnegie|
|Friday 25th April|
|20:00||Leeds Carnegie vs Cornish Pirates|
|Saturday 26th April|
|15:00||London Scottish vs Bristol|
|15:00||Ealing Trailfinders vs Rotherham Titans|
|15:00||London Welsh vs Nottingham|
|15:00||Moseley vs Plymouth Albion|
|15:00||Bedford vs Jersey|
|Sunday 13th April|
|Leeds Carnegie 40 - 14 Plymouth Albion|
|Cornish Pirates 20 - 40 Rotherham Titans|
|London Scottish 19 - 15 Bedford|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Moseley 24 - 33 Bristol|
|Ealing Trailfinders 37 - 35 Nottingham|
|London Welsh 45 - 7 Jersey|
|Sunday 30th March|
|Nottingham 20 - 27 Leeds Carnegie|
|Bristol 82 - 28 Ealing Trailfinders|
|London Scottish 21 - 32 London Welsh|
|Saturday 29th March|
|Bedford 12 - 33 Rotherham Titans|
|Plymouth Albion 20 - 26 Cornish Pirates|
|Jersey 8 - 39 Moseley|
|Sunday 23rd March|
|Leeds Carnegie 27 - 33 Bristol|
|Cornish Pirates 17 - 11 Nottingham|
|London Welsh 29 - 11 Bedford|
|Saturday 22nd March|
|Moseley 20 - 23 London Scottish|
|Rotherham Titans 45 - 10 Plymouth Albion|
|Friday 21st March|
|Ealing Trailfinders 25 - 23 Jersey|
|Sunday 16th March|
|Cornish Pirates 5 - 20 London Welsh|
|Saturday 15th March|
|Plymouth Albion 23 - 30 Jersey|
|Ealing Trailfinders 23 - 39 Bedford|
|Sunday 9th March|
|Bristol 46 - 33 Cornish Pirates|
|Nottingham 7 - 51 Rotherham Titans|
|London Scottish 42 - 13 Ealing Trailfinders|
|London Welsh 42 - 18 Moseley|
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