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Macclesfield and Fylde boast 100% records to top the National League One table after three rounds of action. Both northwest clubs recorded comfortable

home wins in their latest matches, Fylde seeing off Wharfedale thanks to a hat- trick from wing Oli Brennand, while Geoff Wappett’s Macclesfield outscored

Sedgley Park five tries to four to secure their third straight league win.

Ealing have yet to be beaten, too, with wing sensation Phil Chesters already threatening to take the division by storm, as he did last season with a record

number of tries in National Two South. Chesters scored a hat- trick in Ealing’s 17-33 win over Rosslyn Park to take his tally for the season to five. Fellow new

boys Jersey are also settling in well at a higher level, making it two wins on the bounce following a 23-27 win on the club’s first- ever visit to Blackheath’s

Rectory Field.

Relegated Birmingham & Solihull got off the mark with a home win over Cinderford, fly- half Dan Hawkes kicking five penalties and two conversions. Coventry

won a tight West Midlands derby at the Butts Park Arena to leave Stourbridge reflecting on a third straight loss. Tynedale also claimed local bragging lights

after a 34-25 victory over northeast rivals Blaydon.

And in the remaining game of the round, Cambridge broke their duck for the season with a home win over Barking in a match that produced 67 points, nine

tries – five of them to Barking - and two yellow cards for the visitors.

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