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Henley Hawks warmed up for next weeks top- of- the- table clash against leaders Richmond in fine style after a 34-20 victory over in- form Hartpury College.

The Hawks scored four tries, all of them improved by James Comben who also kicked two penalties.

Richmond are three points clear over second- placed Worthing, but Steve Hills men were given a real run for their money away to lowly Dings Crusaders

before securing their twelfth win. Make- shift full- back Thomas Platt booted six penalties to claim all 18 of his sides points. Meanwhile, two tries either side of

half- time proved decisive as Worthing kept up the pressure on the leaders with a 31-14 success at home to Hertford.

Old Albanians are still well placed to mount a promotion challenge after enjoying their third win on the trot. No.8 Andrew Daish scored a hat- trick in the

bonus- point victory over Westcombe Park. Park stay rooted to the bottom of the table but Dings and Barnes are still firmly in their sights after both lost at the

weekend. Barnes went down to a 39-17 defeat at the hands of Launceston. The Cornish All Blacks scored three tries in the final quarter and five in total to

send the Londoners home empty- handed.

In a game of 13 tries, Southend beat Lydney 62-29 at Warners Bridge, while Redruth and Clifton managed just three less between them in a richly

entertaining game at The Rec, which ended in a 42-36 win for the Reds. Rapidly- improving Taunton achieved a bonus- point win at Shelford.

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