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Richmond made it five bonus point wins on the trot with a 22-52 success at Taunton. A game between the leagues top points scorers and the side with the

worst defensive record always threatened to be a one- sided affair, and so it proved, with the Londoners running in eight tries- including a brace each for

back- row duo, Jamie Thompson and Harrison Edwards.

Worthing trail Richmond in the league table by just a point, with Alex Nielsen taking his try count to eight with two more scores in a 19-38 win over Southend.

Third- placed Henley are just two points adrift of the summit after a hard- fought 14-13 win at Redruth.

At the other end of the table, Westcombe Park moved off the bottom after running in four tries in a 31-20 victory against Dings Crusaders , who remain

without a win but are still one place above their hosts due to the points deduction suffered by the Kent club earlier in the season.

Barnes are the only other side yet to get their season up and running following a fifth straight loss this time at the hands of Hertford, who broke their duck in

the w column thanks to the boot of full- back Rob Richardson, who contributed 17 of their points in a 27-23 win.

Elsewhere, Lydney came away from Clifton with four points in the bag, while Hartpury College recorded their fourth win of the season by the narrowest of

margins at Old Albanians and Shelford edged out Launceston.

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