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Victory at home Lydney in the final full weekend of fixtures will see Ealing crowned National Two South champions. The west London side hold a two- point

advantage over title rivals Jersey after a 35-25 win at Henley Hawks. Wing Owen Bruynseels helped himself to a double, backed up by Rob Buchanan and

Neil Hallett, who also added 15 points with the boot. Jersey, though, have taken the title chase down to the wire after crushing Hinckley 60-0 at Leicester

Road. Joe Brennan, David Doherty, Donovan Sanders and replacement Graham Bell crossed the line twice and Andrew Henderson and James Copsey also

got in on the act.

Shelford sent Westcombe Park another step closer to the drop after Saturday’s crunch relegation clash at The Davey Field. Shelford came from behind to win

33-25 after a frenetic finish to the game that saw five tries scored in the last eight minutes. Park must now hope that local rivals Canterbury are still within

touching distance when the two sides meet in what could be a winner- takes- all derby on May 7. Canterbury, though, looked anything like relegation material

in breezing past Newbury. Flanker Peter Kelly helped himself to five tries and winger Michael Melford chipped in with four in an 81-5 win.

Taunton wing Jason Luff tormented Dings with a four- try haul in his side’s 56-25 success at Lockleaze, and there were further wins for Richmond, Worthing

and Southend who had Joseph Vandermolen’s second try to thank for a last- gasp win at Old Albanians.

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