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Barking recorded their biggest win of the season by some margin to maintain the pressure on London Scottish at the top of the National League One table.

Winger Scott Shaw capped a man- of- the- match display with four tries as Alex Codlings men overcame a slow start to put 75 points on Sedgley Park. In

contrast, title rivals Scottish were made to sweat for the points against Wharfedale who got a deserved losing bonus point from the game to add to the two

they picked up for the midweek draw against Sedgley Park when Tom Davidson converted David Hughes try in the final minute.

On a weekend of thrills and spills that saw an average of just under 68 points scored per game, Blackheath put 40 points on hosts Launceston who, despite

scoring five tries, edged ever closer to relegation as a result of the loss at Polson Bridge. In another game of free- flowing rugby a late penalty from visiting

fullback Jamie Hearn earned Stourbridge a 41-38 win at Cinderford, and the game between Coventry and Redruth was also settled at the death with Aaron

Penberthys drop goal giving the Cornishmen a much- needed victory.

Blaydon romped to a 10- try, 60-20 win at home to Rosslyn Park, while Allen Rogers 79th- minute try, his second of the game, helped Tynedale come away

from Cambridge with the points for the second season in a row.

Otleys battle against relegation suffered a near terminal blow after they were edged out at Macclesfield.

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