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Old Albanians are in pole position to win the Two South title after opening up a four- point gap over rivals Richmond at the top of the table. Old As racked up half a century of points for

the seventh time this season, Andrew Daish scoring twice in a 50-17 win at Shelford. Richmond, though, were held to a draw away to Henley, meaning that Old As are guaranteed top

spot if they win at home to Worthing next weekend.

But third- placed Worthing will be no pushovers, the Raiders warming up for the clash with the biggest win of the weekend. Matt Mclean moved to within two points of reaching a triple

century for the season with two tries and nine conversions for a 28- point personal haul in the 73-5 demolition of Taunton. Joe Govett, Jack Maslen and Michael Stubbs also helped

themselves to a brace of tries.

Barnes relegation from the division is all but mathematically certain after they slumped to the bottom of the table following their 22nd defeat of the campaign at Dings. Kieran Leepers

two tries in a 29-28 win over Clifton helped Westcombe Park move above Barnes. Hertford occupy the third and final relegation place after losing 33-11 away to Launceston.

Elsewhere, Lydney suffered at the hands of Hartpury Colleges Gloucester and England Under-20 prodigy, Dan Robson, with the scrum- half contributing 20 points in a 36-20 win for

the students. Southend beat Redruth in the weekends only other fixture.

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