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A day of indiscipline in National Two South saw a total of 15 yellow cards - and one red - handed out across the eight games. The worst offenders were Dings

Crusaders who lost three men to the sin- bin in a 36-13 defeat at Worthing, taking their total number of yellow cards for the campaign to eleven.

Westcombe Park moved above winless Dings at the foot of the table after picking up two bonus points at home to Lydney. A win was theirs for the taking,

though; as they led 26-0 approaching half- time only for the Forresters to score 29 unanswered points.

All four of Richmonds tries in a 27-3 win at Clifton came through the forwards, who now account for 61 percent of their sides total of 36 tries for the season

the highest figure in the division. Richmond and Worthing are joined by Henley in winning their first seven matches of the season. James Comben could even

afford to miss four kicks at goal as the Hawks came away from Shelford with a narrow win.

Elsewhere, Redruth leapfrogged Hartpury College into fourth place after a one- point win over the students, Southend overcame the loss of leading points

scorer Andrew Frost to injury to beat Launceston, Old As scored eight tries in a 56-12 win over Barnes, all of which were converted by full- back Richard

Gregg, and Taunton celebrated their first win since the opening day of the season with a 35-24 success at home to Hertford.

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