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Sedgley Park produced the comeback of the season to score three converted tries in the final five minutes and snatch victory at Otley in a thrilling War of the

Roses derby game. As a result of tries from Richard Wainwright, Stephen Nutt and Matt Riley, all improved by Nutt, Park came away from Cross Green with

an unlikely 33-32 win to move three places up the table to 10th.

Launceston remain determined to take their fight for survival to the wire after taking maximum points at home to Blaydon thanks to a Ryan Westren double.

But the Cornish All Blacks are still firmly rooted to the bottom of the table with Otley and Redruth, 19-12 winners over Cinderford, occupying the other two

relegation positions.

At the other end of the table, London Scottish ruthlessly brushed aside Macclesfield at The Athletic Ground to keep their noses in front of Barking. The Exiles

ran out 60-10 winners against a side who had won four of their previous five matches to sit fourth in the division. Barking, meanwhile, took advantage of Chris

Malherbes sin- binning to score 12 points while the centre was off the pitch and set up a 34-14 win at Wharfedale.

Elsewhere, Cambridge ended up a three- game losing run with a 51-28 success at Rosslyn Park, Tom Harris scored a hat- trick but Coventry could only draw

at Blackheath and Seb Visser bounced back from an early yellow card to score two tries in a man of the match display for Tynedale.

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