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Richmond are the only side left in National Two South with an unblemished record after they won 41-14 at home to Shelford - to make it ten bonus point wins

from ten - and second- placed Worthing slipped to a 49-14 defeat away to Hartpury College. The Students blew the Raiders away with a stunning first half

performance that yielded 39 unanswered points and a try double for Richard Barrington. Worthing won the second half as they rallied bravely, but there was

no denying Hartpury an eighth win of the season.

Henley Hawks are only one point further back in the table in fourth following a 35-8 win against Dings at Dry Leas. The defeat ended Dings two- game

winning run and sees them remain in the bottom three alongside Barnes and Westcombe Park who met each other in a basement battle at Barn Elms.

Despite scoring four tries to their opponents one, Barnes ended up on the wrong side of the scoreline in a roller- coaster match in which missed kicks proved

costly. While Luke Giles was successful with five of his six shots at goal, Barnes full- back Warren Gower was off- target with all four of his conversion

attempts.

In a game of four yellow cards, Hertford won 34-22 at home to Redruth, but Launceston ensured one Cornish team returned to the Duchy in celebratory

mood, the All Blacks edging a tight contest against Lydney thanks to Kieran Lewitts last- gasp penalty. There were bonus point wins elsewhere for Taunton

and Southend.

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