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Worthing won Saturday's top- of- the- table clash and, in doing so, ended Richmonds perfect start to the season. In a game that was evenly contested

throughout, all the points came before half- time, with the Raiders scoring three tries all converted by Matt McLean to Richmonds one. The result leaves

Rugby Lions, of National 3 Midlands, as the only side in the country to still possess a truly 100% record.

Hartpury College continue to press hard in third after making it four bonus- point wins on the trot with a 34-19 victory away to Launceston. Richard Barrington

recorded a second try double in as many weeks to put the Students within three points of Worthing.

Five of the weekends eight games finished with the losing side picking up a bonus point, and none of them were any more dramatic than the fixture between

Redruth and Taunton, which ended in a 35-34 win for the Cornishmen. In another all- West Country affair, Lydney claimed maximum points in a 34-27 win

away to Dings Crusaders.

Shelford left it late to secure victory against spirited Barnes in a game where the lead changed hands four times and, in another game that went down to the

wire, Southend held on for the points against Henley despite losing full- back Andrew Frost to a red card on the hour mark.

Elsewhere, Kieran Leeper grabbed his second hat- trick in three games as Westcombe Park belied their lowly status to trounce Hertford, and Old Albanians won at Clifton.

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