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Old Albanians maintained the pressure on Richmond at the top of the National Two South table after picking up their fourteenth straight win of the season. James Spiers set Old A’s on

their way with a fourth minute try and the outside centre went on to add another score in his side’s five- try, 42-22 win against Southend. Old A’s are four points adrift of league leaders

Richmond, who managed just one try – from prolific wing James Greenwood – in a 23-9 success at Shelford. Even so, the victory was enough to take Steve Hill’s men through the 100-

point barrier for the season. Worthing kept their promotion hopes alive with a 29-14 win at home to Hartpury College. Jack Maslen scored two tries in the bonus- point victory.

Westcombe Park’s fate looks almost sealed at the foot of the table as a 34-23 defeat at home to relegation rivals Barnes leaves them 16 points adrift of safety with only six games to go.

Barnes are one of four sides who still harbour hopes of avoiding a similar fate, with Lydney, Dings Crusaders and Hertford all battling to avoid the drop. Jamie Salter’s last minute try for

Launceston denied Lydney a priceless win in Cornwall. Hertford, meanwhile, became the eleventh side to lose at Redruth’s Recreation Ground this season. Three penalties and a drop

goal from Mitch Burton were enough for Dings to see off the challenge of Henley, while fellow Bristolians Clifton picked up maximum points at home to Taunton.

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