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RUGBY UNION: London Welsh v Plymouth Albion
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Full time: London Welsh 40, Plymouth Albion 9
A second bonus-point win in a row for Welsh after a powerful second-half display
Ross converts for 40-9
Welsh No 8 Ollie Stedman has easy finish after powerful scrum
Plymouth replacement Ashcroft-Leigh sin-binned for deliberate knock-on
Ross converts for 33-9
Penalty try for Welsh
Albion flanker Sean-Michael Steven sin-binned
A forward pass ends Welsh hopes for now, but Albion are pinged on their own scrum ball
Another big scrum yields a Welsh penalty, but this time they kick for the corner.
Ross slots a fourth penalty to make it 26-9
Welsh have rung the changes with four replacements in seven minutes.
Ross converts for 23-9
Pressure finally pays off as Dan Browne forces his way over
The Exiles secure another scrum penalty. Real pressure now
Strong start from Welsh earns them a penalty in front of the posts - and they go for a scrum
Here we again
The tunnel is out heralding we are about to resume at the Kassam Stadium.
Half time score: Welsh 16, Plymouth 9
Ross replies in kind for 16-9
Plymouth full back Chris Elder attempts a penalty from his own half and scores! Welsh lead 13-9
Welsh have had more of the territory, but would love a second try to take into half-time.
Another promising combination between Jewell and Stegmann sees Welsh go close on the right, but the ball is lost as they go inside.
It has been an open game so far with both sides keen to run the ball
Ross slots his third penalty for 13-6
Mugford hits post with third penalty - a let off for Welsh
Welsh are penalised for crossing in their own 22 and Mugford slots an easy penalty for 10-6
Ross converts for 10-3
Great counter attacking try as Mike Denbee goes over for Welsh
Gordon Ross levels the match at 3-3 with a penalty for Welsh
Great play from Welsh's Seb Jewell to catch his own kick and find wing Seb Stegmann, but the latter loses the ball in a tackle five metres short
Long-range penalty from Plymouth's Dan Mugford for a 3-0 lead
Plymouth wing Ben Woods is well stopped after first real attack
The sides are out on the pitch and we're off
Kick off is at 2.30pm and the conditions are pretty decent for some running rugby.
Wing Nick Scott and scrum half Ollie Frost come into the Welsh back line.
Only lock Peter Browne survives from their pack that faced Nottingham, while hooker Nathan Morris and prop Cai Griffiths make their first starts for the Exiles.
Plymouth include former Chinnor player Chris Elder at full back, while ex-London Welsh hooker Gareth Evans is on their bench.
London Welsh play their first home game of the season looking to make it three wins from three. Head coach Justin Burnell has made nine changes to his Exiles side who beat Nottingham last time out. Having decided to stay at the Kassam Stadium for a second season, it will be interesting to see what size crowd Welsh get today.
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