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The Knights managed to get their season up and running with a 27-13 victory over Nottingham at Meadow Lane – their first win in all competitions since the end of January – and will be looking to make it win number two against Moseley at Castle Park on Friday evening. Last season’s corresponding fixture finished 29-21 to the Knights. Newcastle Falcons entertain Rotherham Titans in the second of the two Championship fixtures being staged on Friday night. The two teams last came together at this level back in the 1996/97 season, the Falcons winning on each occasion on their way to promotion to the Premiership.

Bristol, meanwhile, suffered a 44-6 hammering on their last visit to Clifton Lane on October 29, 2011. The two previous fixtures in South Yorkshire ended: Rotherham 22 Bristol 21 and Rotherham 0 Bristol 15. London Scottish host Cornish Pirates on Saturday. The Pirates won both at home and away in the 2011/12 campaign. The Exiles have conceded over 200 points this season – 54 of them coming away to Nottingham in Round 5. The Green & Whites conclude the latest set of fixtures with a game against Jersey at Meadow Lane on Sunday. Saturday 28th September 2012 Bristol Rugby 21-22 Moseley Doncaster Knights 18-18 Cornish Pirates Nottingham 54-9 London Scottish Plymouth Albion 15-Mar Rotherham Titans Newcastle Falcons 53-10 Leeds Carnegie Sunday 29th September 2012 Jersey 19-29 Bedford Blues In what must be a first for the Championship five of the weekend’s six games take place on a Friday evening, with Saturday’s solitary fixture seeing winless Jersey at home to Bedford.

The sides met on five occasions last season, with Moseley claiming three wins to Plymouth’s two. The last meeting came in the now disbanded relegation play-off phase and ended in a 54-24 win for Albion – the Devonians’ highest score since they beat London Welsh 55-7 at OId Deer Park on December 2, 2006. On Sunday, Cornish Pirates and Newcastle Falcons do battle at the Mennaye Field. Newcastle have yet to drop a point having recorded their third bonus-point win in as many weeks with a 37-3 victory over Doncaster at Kingston Park last Friday night.

Only last month Newcastle comprehensively beat the Knights, 52-17, in a pre-season friendly and it would be a major shock if the tables were turned at Kingston Park on Friday night. Bedford entertain London Scottish the following day, while Saturday’s other fixtures are Jersey v Moseley and Plymouth v Leeds. The Blues did the double over the Exiles in the Championship last season, racking up over 40 points in each of the games. Jersey and Moseley, both still searching for their first ‘W’, have never met in the league before, while Plymouth will be looking for a repeat of last season’s victory over Leeds at Brickfields when they entertain the Yorkshire club in another 3 o’clock kick off.

Newcastle last won three away league games on the bounce in February/March 2009. Two former Premiership sides meet at Headingley Carnegie when Leeds play host to Bristol. Last season’s corresponding clash went right down to the wire, with Leeds coming out on top thanks to Joe Ford’s last-gasp drop goal. Bristol into the game on the back of a 29-17 win over Cornish Pirates in the first televised encounter Friday 14th September 2012 Newcastle Falcons 36-3 Doncaster Knights Saturday 15th September 2012 Bedford Blues 55-20 London Scottish Jersey Dec-31 Moseley Plymouth Albion 32-31 Leeds Carnegie Sunday 16th September 2012 Nottingham 16-27 Rotherham Titans Bristol Rugby 29-17 Cornish Pirates NEWCASTLE FALCONS have made a perfect start to their maiden Championship campaign with two bonus-point victories, while opponents Doncaster are without a win following defeats to Plymouth and Bristol.

RFU Championship | Rugby Union | TournamentRESULTS Friday 9th November 2012 Doncaster Knights 21-22 Bedford Blues Plymouth Albion 24-20 London Scottish Newcastle Falcons 29-9 Nottingham Sunday 11th November 2012 Cornish Pirates 53-21 Rotherham Titans Bristol Rugby 39-16 Jersey Leeds Carnegie 38-12 Moseley RESULTS Saturday 3rd November 2012 Rotherham Titans 38-20 Doncaster Knights Bedford Blues 20-29 Newcastle Falcons Jersey 16-14 Plymouth Albion London Scottish 14-37 Leeds Carnegie Moseley 9-9 Cornish Pirates Sunday 4th November 2012 Nottingham 63-7 Bristol Rugby IF Saturday’s clash between Rotherham and Doncaster is anywhere near half as dramatic as their last meeting then supporters at Clifton Lane will be in for a treat.

The sides are certainly no strangers to each other having met nine times in the last two seasons alone. Nottingham lost three and drew one of the four meetings in 2011/12, but recorded three straight home wins in all competitions over Bristol the previous year. Friday 26th October 2012 Newcastle Falcons 33-0 Rotherham Titans Doncaster Knights 24-16 Moseley Saturday 27th October 2012 Jersey 20-17 London Scottish Sunday 28th October 2012 Bristol Rugby 23-13 Bedford Blues Cornish Pirates 21-8 Leeds Carnegie DONCASTER KNIGHTS and Jersey will be looking to translate their good form in the last round of the British & Irish Cup into the RFU Championship when the league programme resumes this weekend.

There are two games to savour on Sunday, with Nottingham at home to Rotherham Titans and Bristol up against Cornish Pirates at the Memorial Stadium. Last season’s corresponding fixture between Nottingham and Rotherham ended in a 30-all draw. The Titans took part in another high-scoring draw in Round 2, sharing the spoils with Bedford in a 38-all thriller. Nottingham go into the match having added Moseley to the scalp of Leeds to hand new head coach Martin Haag a great start to his tenure at Meadow Lane.

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