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Old Albanians recorded their highest score in National League rugby and inflicted more misery on Newbury with a 132-0 win over the Blues. Old As crossed

for a total of 20 tries against the leagues basement side, with Chris May setting their stall out from the start with a four- try burst inside the first 15 minutes.

Teshurn Edwards and Terry Adams went on to score hat- tricks, and it was also a memorable day for Richard Gregg who kicked 16 conversions as well as

scoring a try for a 37- point personal haul.

Try- machine Phil Chesters touched down four times as leaders Ealing maintained a one- point lead over Jersey at the top of the table with a 59-22 success

away to Shelford. Jersey also bagged a try bonus point in a 44-28 win at home to Clifton, flanker Steve OBrien and centre Andrew Henderson collecting a

brace of tries. Richmond kept up their end of the bargain, too, with a win at Worthing despite the handicap of losing skipper Tom George to a first- half red


Canterbury ended a 13- game losing run in spectacular fashion as winger Michael Melford ran in a hat- trick in an eight- try demolition of Lydney six of them

coming in the second half. Fellow strugglers Westcombe Park kept their Kentish rivals in their sights, however, with a bonus- point win at home to Southend.

Jason Luff was another hat- trick hero as Taunton condemned Hinckley to a ninth straight defeat, and Henley were 28-17 winners at Dings Crusaders.

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