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Henley find themselves on top of National League Two South, ahead of Richmond on points difference, following a second straight win. The Hawks took a

while to get into their stride against visiting Taunton but went on to register five tries. To compound Tauntons woes, captain Sean Fox was shown a red card -

the first in the division this season - for his part in a late scuffle.

Like Henley, Richmond boast a perfect 10 points from 10 record and have now scored 13 tries in their opening two wins, the most recent coming against

Southend. And with bottom of the table Barnes next in line the chances are that they will further add to that tally on Saturday.

For Barnes it has been a tough start to life at a higher level; however they will take encouragement from their dogged performance in a 10-22 defeat at the

hands of fellow new boys Hartpury College.

Launceston are finding life in Two South difficult, too, following last seasons relegation. The Cornish All Blacks have managed just one league point and face

a local derby away to Redruth this weekend. Redruth were undone by the boot of Matt McLean in a 25-27 loss against Worthing, the home sides full- back

kicking five penalties and a conversion.

Elsewhere, two tries from Jay Williams helped Shelford to victory over Westcombe Park while Old Albanians and Lydney edged out Dings Crusaders and

Hertford respectively in two games that went right down to the wire.

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