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At the eighth attempt, Dings Crusaders have finally broken their duck. Dings’ maiden win, though, took some getting with Launceston determined not to go

down without a fight. Josh Lord’s late try and Kieron Lewitt’s conversion brought the Cornish All Blacks to within a point, but the visitors had to be content with

two bonus points as, much to their supporters’ relief, the home side held on for a much- needed victory.

Richmond continued their perfect start to the season with a 10- try win against Redruth at the Athletic Ground. Steve Hill’s side defied a lengthy injury list to

dominate proceedings from start to finish and the omens look good for a sustained push for promotion. The sides in second and third swapped places after

Worthing came away from Henley with the narrowest of victories. Back row James Redmayne scored the game’s only try in the first half.

A brace of tries apiece for Richard Barrington and Rob Dempsey helped Hartpury College ease to a 50-10 home win over bottom- of- the- table Westcombe

Park, while Barnes and Clifton shared eight tries at Barn Elms in a game that went the way of the Londoners.

Elsewhere, there were away wins for Old Albanians, Shelford and Southend. Old A’s shrugged off losing two men to the sin- bin to win 23-6 at Hertford, two

tries from Rupert Ranson and 16 points from Harry Owen saw Shelford leave Lydney with the points, and No.8 Joseph Vandermolen scored a hat- trick for

Southend in a 49-27 success at Taunton.

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