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Full time: Welsh 45, Jersey 7
Jersey hold out at the end.
Welsh are still camped in Jersey's 22
The scrum yields another penalty and a penalty try must be in the referee's mind.
Nick Scott is held up for Welsh, but they go back for another penalty and scrum
Welsh win two quick penalties and opt for a scrum five metres out
Their cause is not helped by a yellow card for Locke
Jersey seem to have run out of steam now and there are still ten minutes left.
The American ran a clever line to score and converted his own try for 45-7
The pressure continues and Toby L'Estrange goes over for Welsh
Welsh are held up as they seek a sixth try
Welsh ring the changes, with Liam O'Neill coming on for his debut
It's Quill again and Davies converts for 38-7
Welsh drive over for try No 5!
Jersey centre Mark McCrea was sin-binned for a deliberate knock-on in the build-up to the try
Davies converts for 31-7 and the rout is on!
Within a minute, Matt Corker goes over for Welsh's fourth try!
John Quill gets the touchdown and Davies converts for 24-7
And drive over for their third try
But Welsh earn an attacking line-out
A piece of magic from Hudson Tonga'uiha can't quite put Joe Ajuwa through on the left
Here we go again...
There is definite room for improvement from London Welsh, while Jersey can count themselves a little unlucky to be trailing by ten points.
Half-time: Welsh 17, Jersey 7
Mitch Lees limps off for Welsh
Jersey break well through their lively full back Jack Burroughs, but a knock-on ends their hopes
Jersey have done little wrong, but now look like facing a tough afternoon.
Davies converts for 17-7
Just as I say that, Welsh put together their best move of the match and Tyson Keats goes over!
Jersey are still competing really well, while Welsh are serving up the odd error.
Another attacking line-out for Welsh, but again it ends with Jersey gaining possession.
That has put a totally different complexion on the match and shows Jersey what they have to worry about.
Ajuwa powered through from halfway after a great sidestep and the Jersey defence had no answer!
Davies converts for 10-7
Superb solo try from Welsh's Joe Ajuwa out of nothing!
But Jersey turn the ball over and clear.
Davies finds a good touch from a penalty to give Welsh an attacking line-out
Jersey have started really well and thoroughly deserve their 7-3 lead
Welsh need to wake up!
That was a well-worked try from Jersey, with Locke touching down Penberthy's grubber kick after the visitors had worked a series of penalties
Aaron Penberthy converts for 7-3
Jersey score the opening try through Drew Locke
They do the same from almost identical spot
Jersey pass up a kickable penalty to go for the corner
Davies slots it. Welsh 3, Jersey 0
The Exiles win a penalty in front of the posts and Alex Davies will kick for goal
But Jersey then steal the line-out!
Welsh awarded penalty at first Jersey scrum - not a great sign for the visitors.
The teams are out, with Jersey in blue and London Welsh in their traditional red.
The Exiles' next match is at their likely main promotion rivals Bristol on Good Friday, but this is their last outing at the Kassam before the play-offs start.
While Welsh have made the play-offs in the oval ball game, Oxford United are looking to get back on the play-off track with the round ball. There will be a parallel live feed for their match at Plymouth Argyle on this website.
Kick-off is at 2pm, which will allow Jersey to catch their flight back to the Channel Islands.
Welsh welcome back centre Hudson Tonga’uiha after a 16-month injury absence, while scrum half Tyson Keats makes his first appearance after re-joining the club.
On-loan Bath lock Will Spencer comes in for his debut.
Jersey make a late change, with captain Alex Rae dropping out.
Ryan Hodson takes over as skipper, with Dave Markham taking Rae’s place at lock and James Voss coming in on the bench.
London Welsh: L’Estrange, Ajuwa, May (capt), Tonga’uiha, Scott, Davies, Keats, Hepburn, Morris, Ryan, Corker, Spencer, Lees, Quill, D Browne.
Reps: Davis, Trevett, Griffiths, Pienaar, Thorpe, J Lewis, O’Neill.
Jersey: Burroughs, Pointer, Locke, McCrea, Dawson, Penberthy, Dudley, Lockwood, Taione, Selway, Campbell, Rae (capt), Buckle, Hodson, Maidment.
Reps: Stratford, Fidler, McCarthy, Markham, Brown, Griffiths, Bishop
Click here to see our preview coverage of today's match http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/sport/rugby/london_welsh/
With Jersey second from bottom, form would suggest a comfortable home win for Welsh, who made nine changes to the side that beat London Scottish two weeks ago.
London Welsh have already made the play-offs, but head coach Justin Burnell has insisted there will be let up in their remaining three league matches.