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Barking are just three games shy of becoming rugby’s 'invincibles’ and finishing the National League One season unbeaten after a 23-17 victory at

Blackheath. Sam Windsor’s boot kept pegging them back, but Adam Armstrong was his equal in front of goal with three penalties and two conversions.

Barking’s failure to get a try bonus point, though, sees them slip two points behind leaders London Scottish who ran out 47-29 winners against relegated


Cambridge ran in five tries, all of them converted by Dan Mugford, to win 35-22 at Stourbridge. One more win in their remaining two fixtures will guarantee

Bob Crooks’ side third place. Macclesfield are assured of fourth spot despite going down to a 34-15 loss at Tynedale. It was Tynedale’s fourth win in five

games and they could still end up in fifth despite enduring an injury- ravaged campaign.

Redruth kept their survival hopes alive with the narrowest of wins against relegation rivals Blaydon in a thrilling game that saw the lead change hands nine

times. The Cornish side are now two points adrift of safety but have only one game remaining to Blaydon’s two.

A hat- trick of tries from flanker Gareth Dew and 24 points from the boot of Stephen Nutt helped Sedgley Park to their biggest win of the season at home to

Cinderford, and Coventry secured a hard- fought win at already relegated Otley. David Hughes’ 72nd- minute try secured a 32-27 win for Wharfedale – and

almost certainly their National One status – at Rosslyn Park.

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