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|Home team||Away Team|
|21 - 37||
London Welsh shrugged off their off-pitch obstacles to claim a 37-21 victory over the Cornish Pirates in Penzance.
The Exiles went into the first leg of their Championship play-off after hearing they would be denied promotion to the Aviva Premiership even if they prevailed as they had not met minimum standards criteria.
Club officials are still hoping to overturn the decision and the players put themselves in a strong position to take advantage of any U-turn by taking a 16-point advantage back to Oxford's Kassam Stadium for next Wednesday's second leg.
The Pirates, semi-final conquerors of Bristol, justified their favourites' tag by storming into an early lead through a try from wing Gavin Pointer that full-back Rob Cook converted.
But London Welsh then scored 23 unanswered points as wings Joe Ajuwa and Nick Scott touched down for tries converted by Alex Davies, who also added two penalties, while Gordon Ross dropped a goal.
A penalty try awarded by referee Greg Garner against London Welsh's scrum cut the gap to 23-14 just before the interval as Cook converted.
After a scoreless third quarter, Welsh struck twice in two minutes through Hudson Tonga'uiha and James Lewis, which finished off their hosts despite flanker Phil Burgess' consolation effort that Cook improved.Aviva Premiership. Click here to bet.
|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||Bedford vs Jersey|
|15:00||Moseley vs Plymouth Albion|
|Saturday 19th April|
|Rotherham Titans 17 - 34 Leeds Carnegie|
|Bedford 48 - 36 Cornish Pirates|
|Plymouth Albion 21 - 26 Ealing Trailfinders|
|Jersey 17 - 25 London Scottish|
|Friday 18th April|
|Nottingham 29 - 24 Moseley|
|Bristol 25 - 21 London Welsh|
|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|
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