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.
Plymouth Albion were beaten in appalling weather conditions at Brickfields by unbeaten Championship leaders Newcastle.
The Falcons kept up their 100% record with three tries.
Toby Howley-Berridge touched down for Albion in their final home game of the season.
Exeter Chiefs match against London Irish began with a minute's silence for the late Baroness Thatcher.
Before the game, Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw said the decision to hold a silence was wrong because Lady Thatcher was a divisive figure.
The silence went ahead without interruption, and when the match finally got underway, the Chiefs won by 27 points to 6.
Gareth Steenson kicked five penalties, with Matt Jess (61) and David Ewers (79) crossing the line.
Torquay United's League Two match with Barnet this afternoon has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Plainmoor.
14mm of rain fell in three hours between 10am and 1pm, which made the pitch unplayable.
– Andy Woolmer, Referee
I looked at several areas of the pitch, specifically areas that had been heavily forked.
Despite the great efforts of the groundstaff in forking the field, we checked again 15 minutes later and those areas remained waterlogged.
The process begins with taking the ball out on the pitch and rolling it in various parts of the pitch, but the ball did not roll sufficiently in the affected areas.
I also threw the ball in the air and it was clear for everybody to see that the ball did not bounce.
The match has been rearranged for this Tuesday evening (16 April) with a 7.45pm kick-off.
Torquay United take on fellow strugglers Barnet this weekend. The match is not only vital for the Gulls' hopes of maintaining their league status, it also marks the first game in charge for United's new Chairwoman Thea Bristow. Here's Jeff Welch's full interview with her
Torquay United's new Chairwoman Thea Bristow is hoping for a big turn out for tomorrow's vital League Two game at Plainmoor against fellow relegation strugglers Barnet.
She is currently the only chairwoman in the Football League after taking over earlier this week following three years as a board member.
Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan has been named League Two's Manager of the Month.
The award comes after he led the Pilgrims to four wins and a draw from six fixtures in March.
Sheridan becomes the first Argyle manager to win the accolade since Paul Sturrock in December 2003.
It's a double celebration at Home Park as midfielder Jason Banton has been named League Two's Player of the Month.
The Crystal Palace loanee scored three vital goals, including the winner against Devon rivals Exeter City, to help Argyle move away from the relegation zone.
In-form Argyle travel to third-placed Burton Albion tomorrow. Sheridan's men are currently 18th in the table, but still only three points away from the drop zone.
Captain Paul Wotton is a doubt after being substituted with a groin injury in last week's win over Cheltenham.
Long-term ankle injury victims Warren Feeney and Jamie Lowry also miss the trip to Staffordshire, plus Swindon Town loan signing Lee Cox, who damaged his shoulder in the derby win over the Grecians.
Three people were arrested for public order offences at yesterday's local Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City football derby.
Away supporters were delayed in leaving after disorder broke out near to the ground after the match. A police officer suffered a minor injury.
Police say the match passed 'largely without incident' and that the vast majority of fans were well behaved and in good spirits.
More than 20 people were arrested when the teams met in 2010, when violence broke out in the stands at the Home Park stadium.