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Launceston got their Two South campaign up and running in style by scoring six tries to register a 48-7 win at home to fellow strugglers Westcombe Park.

Back- rower Mike Rawlings celebrated his return from injury with a brace of tries and centre Lewis Paterson also helped himself to a double in a one- sided


Richmond maintained their perfect start to the season with a fourth straight bonus- point win, Hertford being on the receiving end of a 25-9 defeat at the

Athletic Ground. Early title rivals Henley managed to score twice as many tries as the Londoners by running in eight against Clifton, who actually took the

lead through a William Blair penalty on five minutes. That was as good as it got, though, for the Bristolians as the Hawks took command, Tom Allen crossing

for two tries and James Comben being successful with six conversions.

Alex Nielsens second try nine minutes from time sealed maximum points for third- placed Worthing in a 31-13 home win over stubborn Shelford. Nielsen now

shares top billing in the try- scorer charts with Hartpury Colleges Dan Norton. England Sevens international Norton made it six tries for the season, with

Taunton the latest side unable to live with his pace. Only Hertford have conceded more points than Taunton following the Somerset sides 14-34 reverse.

Two sin- binnings in as many minutes played a significant part in Dings downfall to Redruth at Lockleaze, and Barnes and Lydney also lost on home soil to

Southend and Old Albanians respectively.

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