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05
MAR

ersey clocked up their eighteenth consecutive win in National League One with victory over Blaydon. The Islanders, who lead the division by eight points with six games remaining,

had to come from behind to beat the visitors and maintain their proud unbeaten home record. Ben Harveys men have lost only once in two and a half years at Rues Des Landes but

found themselves trailing 7-3 at half- time. However the second half belonged to Jersey who posted 25 unanswered points after the break to take another big step towards the league

title and promotion to the Championship.

Fylde are determined not to give up the fight just yet if their battling display against Macclesfield is anything to go by. A crowd approaching four figures was treated to a hugely

enjoyable match that saw visitors Macclesfield take a 23-10 lead only to be blown away by four tries in the final quarter. Fylde remain level on points with second- placed Ealing who

recorded an eight try to five victory at home to Barking. Oli Brennand and Phil Chesters helped themselves to hat- tricks for Fylde and Ealing respectively.

Blackheath and Cambridge shared ten tries between them at the Rectory Field but it was Club who came out on top in another high- scoring affair, while Wharfedale banished any

lingering relegation fears by putting 40 points past struggling Stourbridge. There were further home wins for Birmingham & Solihull and Cinderford and Coventry defied the form book to

hold Rosslyn Park to a draw.

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