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RUGBY UNION: Welsh power to home win over Plymouth
London Welsh 40, Plymouth Albion 9
LONDON Welsh opened their home account in the Greene King IPA Championship with a bonus-point victory over Plymouth Albion today.
Welsh stayed second in the table, with Rotherham holding on to top spot after beating Moseley.
The Exiles led 16-9 after an evenly contested first half, but turned on the power in the second period, with their scrum dominant.
Fly half Gordon Ross enjoyed another 100 per cent day with the boot, kicking 20 points.
Flankers Mike Denbee and Dan Browne, plus No 8 Ollie Stedman went over for tries, while Welsh were also awarded a penalty try.
Fly half Dan Mugford (2) and full back Chris Elder kicked penalties for Albion, who had forwards Sean-Michael Stephen and Ien Ashcroft-Leigh in the sin-bin at one point.
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