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Barnes won and Dings Crusaders and Westcombe Park were both unfortunate to only get losing bonus points to suggest that 2012 might not be as bleak as first feared for the

relegation- threatened trio.

Bottom club Park are still fourteen points adrift of safety, yet they should take great pride in running Launceston so close after playing 70 minutes of the match with 14 men following the

dismissal of lock Nick Coles for stamping. Indeed, they could have taken four points from the fixture had it not been for James Salters match- winning try for the Cornish All Blacks four

minutes from time. Barnes are still second from bottom in the table despite Anthony Wildes first- half hat- trick inspiring them to a tremendous 30-35 win away to Southend. Like Park,

Dings suffered heartache when Brett Rules injury- time conversion of Tom Duncans try for Redruth denied them a much- needed victory.

Dings and Barnes are level on 24 points nine behind Hertford, who fell to a 28-3 defeat at home to league leaders Richmond. Hartpury College maintained the pressure on the

Londoners at the top of the table with a 50- point win at Taunton, which featured a hat- trick from winger Ian Clark.

Old Albanians climbed one place in the table to third after recording a half- century of points of their own in a 57-8 win over Lydney with try doubles for wing duo Chris May and Ollie

Marchon, while there were also wins for Henley and Shelford over Clifton and Worthing respectively.

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