Exeter Chiefs beat West Country rivals Gloucester with the last kick of the match at Sandy Park.
Torquay United won 2-0 at Morecambe to move above Plymouth Argyle on goal difference after the Pilgrims lost 1-0 at home to Rotherham.
Yeovil Town secured their place in the League One play-offs; Exeter CIty drew; Plymouth Argyle lost and Torquay United's game was postponed.
Yeovil Town are playing Brentford this Sunday in the League One Play-Off Final in Wembley.
The winners will win the trophy above but most of all the winners be promoted to the Championship.
John Sheridan has signed a three-year deal to remain as Plymouth Argyle manager.
The 48-year-old joined the club in January and kept the Pilgrims in the Football League, after they were threatened with relegation. The contract runs until the summer of 2016.
Cornish Pirates 28 - 24 Jersey
Doncaster 22 - 26 Plymouth Albion
The Aviva Premiership clash at London Wasps has been billed as a "Cup Final" for the Exeter Chiefs, as they look to secure a top six place and an all-important Heineken Cup spot for a second season.
The Chiefs are obviously keen to play against Europe's top sides again and a win on Sunday would keep that dream alive.
Jeff Welch reports:
Elliott Benyon scored Torquay's first goal last night in their 3-2 win against Barnet.
After beating Barnet 3-2 last night, Torquay United's Interim Manager Alan Knill gives his reaction. The team now look to playing Morecambe on Saturday.
Lee Johnson was victorious in the Johnson versus Johnson clash at Boundary Park.
Lee's Oldham Athletic side beat his father Gary's Yeovil Town team 1-0 after a goal by Matt Smith on the stroke of half-time.
Oldham's win sends Portsmouth and Hartlepool down to League Two and moves the Latics further away from the relegation zone.
Yeovil's defeat dents their hopes of winning automatic promotion, but they are still guaranteed a play-off place.