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A stoppage- time try from Thomas Cobb at Polson Bridge maintained Barking’s unbeaten record in National League One and also sent Launceston a step

closer to relegation. The defeat was harsh on the Cornish All Blacks, particularly Ryan Westren, who scored all bar five of his side’s points, and they must win

all four of their remaining games – with bonus points – to stay up. London Scottish remain a point ahead of Barking at the top of the table after a 38-7 home

win over Blaydon.

Third- placed Cambridge dented Otley’s survival hopes with a hard- fought 31-29 victory at Cross Green. Cambridge raced into a commanding first- half lead

with a four- try blitz in 22 minutes, however, led by captain Howard Parr, Otley refused to give up the fight and went on to claim their 19th bonus point of the

season.

A near four- figure crowd saw relegation- threatened Redruth held to a 17- all draw at home to Macclesfield, while Sedgley Park, the side immediately above

them at the foot of the table, came unstuck at Stourbridge. Charlie Hayter scored a hat- trick for the hosts.

Tynedale struggled manfully to cope with the dismissal of Sam Shires on 33 minutes, but an immaculate display of goal- kicking from full- back Danny Trigg,

who landed four penalties and three conversions, helped Cinderford to victory in the north east. Wharfedale were inches away from snatching victory at

Blackheath but Tom Davidson could only hit the post attempting to convert Dan Solomi’s second try of the game on 77 minutes.

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