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Richmond are all but mathematically certain of being the number one team at Christmas after opening up a five- point gap between themselves and nearest

rivals Hartpury College at the top of the National Two South table. Southend, though, made Steve Hill’s men work hard for their thirteenth win of the season,

the Essex side holding a one- point lead approaching the hour mark until two tries in the space of ten second- half minutes helped Richmond to a 16-27


In- form Hartpury moved up two places in the table to second after a come- from- behind victory at Barnes. The Students found themselves trailing by 10

points but eventually powered to victory thanks to a second hat- trick in three games from Koree Britton.

Worthing lost to a Redruth side that has now recorded bonus- point victories in each of their last four games, while Henley also came a cropper in the West

Country at the hands of Taunton. Both Worthing and Henley still have realistic title claims, though, as do Old Albanians who scored ten tries – three of them

going to No.8 Andrew Daish – in a 62-3 victory over Dings Crusaders. Old A’s have now managed to take maximum points from their last five outings.

Elsewhere, Michael Allan’s four first- half tries set Hertford up for an impressive win against Lydney. Westcombe Park edged out Shelford and Clifton moved

into the top half of the table for the first time this season with a narrow home win against Launceston.

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