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Winger James Greenwood scored a hat- trick to ensure Richmond’s title challenge stayed firmly on track against Redruth, the division’s best- supported team. The league leaders

came away from Cornwall with a 36-23 win in the bag to condemn Redruth to only their second home defeat of the season. Fly- half James Brooks and centre Duncan Peters also got

on the scoresheet for the Londoners and full- back Thomas Platt landed four conversions and a penalty. Sam Parsons and Dean Bonds scored Redruth’s tries, both converted by Brett

Rule, who also kicked three penalties on a day when all the points in the game were scored by backs.

Cornwall staged the second of the three games to survive the cold weather at the weekend with Launceston coming out on top against Dings Crusaders. Wingers Richard Bright and

Aaron Struminski both crossed the whitewash for Launceston with the rest of their points coming from the boot of Kieron Lewitt. It was the first time Dings had been ‘nilled’ in a league

match since May 1st, 2010.

Clifton moved into the top half of the table with a bonus- point win at home to relegation candidates Barnes. Five of the six tries in the contest came before the interval, four of them

going to the Bristolians who could not maintain such high standards in a disappointing second half. Fly- half Gareth Williams- Davis scored a try either side of half- time for Barnes, who

are seven points adrift of safety.

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