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Old Albanians continue their march up the table after making it a magnificent seven wins on the bounce against Henley. Old As leapfrog Henley into fourth as

a result of the 17-7 victory at Dry Leas, and Worthing and Hartpury College in second and third in the table respectively - are now within their sights.

James Redmayne helped himself to a hat- trick as Worthing ended a run of back- to- back defeats in style. The Raiders recorded a 39-20 win over lowly

Westcombe Park, with prolific winger Alexander Nielsen and replacement Kiba Richards grabbing the other tries. Hartpury, meanwhile, fell to a shock home

defeat at the hands of Hertford. The students got off to a flying start when flanker Mike Craven ran in a try after only 90 seconds, but Hertford, inspired by a

Mike Allan double, rallied bravely to win 24-22.

Richmond head into the New Year sitting proudly on top of the table but they nearly finished 2011 on a sour note after falling behind to struggling local rivals

Barnes. An Ed Sayce try and a penalty for full- back Warren Gower handed Barnes an 8-0 lead but Richmond hit back with 20 unanswered points to save

face.

Cornish bragging rights went the way of Launceston after the All Blacks defeated Redruth 20-10, while Dings Crusaders battled past Clifton to win the Bristol

derby. Taunton won by the narrowest of margins at Lydney and Sam Arnotts injury- time solo effort for Southend condemned Shelford to a six straight loss.

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