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Cambridge ended a turbulent week with some cheer on the pitch following a 35-27 win over Coventry. With cost- cutting measures introduced in the build- up to the game, including the

cancellation of player contracts and the removal of Director of Rugby Bob Crooks, it was always going to be interesting to see how those left behind would react. But the team put

together by Danny Hunter and Gareth McComb delivered the goods with a bonus- point victory.

The win keeps Cambridge safely placed in mid- table, while, at the top, Jersey are still in command after they managed to overturn a one- point half- time deficit against Wharfedale and

win 32-14 in the Yorkshire Dales. Fylde and Rosslyn Parks title challenge appears to be faltering, though, with both beaten for the second week running. Fylde fell to 20-19 defeat at

Barking after Craig Ratford kicked a match- winning penalty at the death for the home side and Rosslyn Park were cut down to size in the Forest of Dean by confident Cinderford.

Ealing, however, appear to have got their campaign back on track after enduring a mid- season wobble. Mike Cudmores men underlined their title credentials with a 31-19 win away to

Stourbridge, twenty- one of those points coming without reply in the first half.

Birmingham & Solihull still prop up the table after being on the receiving eStephensons last- gasp try saw Blackheath win at Sedgley Park.

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