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A Phil Chesters hat- trick helped send Ealing eight points clear at the top of the National League One table. Chesters struck three times in a 38-8 win at

Sedgley Park to take his tally of tries for the season to 13 three more than Fergus Mulchrone, who himself reached double figures with a brace for

Macclesfield against Rosslyn Park. Blues brother, Charlie Mulchrone also got in on the try- scoring act but the visitors came away with the points.

Macclesfield remain second, despite their defeat, after Fylde slipped up at resurgent Cambridge their third setback in a row. Cambridge have now picked up

25 points from a possible 30. Just five points separate second from eighth in a congested top half of the table, the Blood and Sands behind Fylde only on

points difference in fourth.

Coventry and Blackheath are just one point further back, in fifth and sixth respectively. Coventry picked up their fifth and arguably most impressive win of

the season at Tynedale on Saturday. The Midlanders had the bonus point wrapped up midway through the second half to lead 32-15, but Tynedale refused to

lie down, and came back with two late tries to clinch a couple of bonus points.

Elsewhere, Barking continued to put their stuttering start to the season behind them with a 33-29 win over Birmingham & Solihull and a second half revival

saw Wharfedale home against Cinderford. Jersey and Blackheath returned from away trips with narrow victories.

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