Plymouth Albion edged out of cup by Moseley

Henry Slade
Exeter Chiefs dual-registered England Under-18s back Henry Slade scored 10 points in his debut

A late penalty try saw Plymouth Albion go down 29-25 at Moseley in the British and Irish Cup.

Albion were 12-5 down early on after tries for Moseley's Sam Gibbons and Callum MacBurnie and a first ever score for Albion's Mark Lee.

Lee got a second try and Tyson Lewis got one as Henry Slade kicked 10 points to put Albion 25-12 up.

But the hosts hit back through a second Gibbons try before the late penalty try saw them take the win.