03:00PM, Monday 04 March 2019
Mike Davies for Maidenhead RFC.
Maidenhead RFC produced a cut-throat performance as they beat a depleted Newton Abbot side 66-0.
The home side scored 10 tries in the match, with Scott Prince grabbing a hat-trick, while Mike Davies made eight conversions.
The morale boosting win comes at a perfect time for Maids who host Barnstaple a week on Saturday before travelling to league leaders Bournemouth after that.
Windsor Men’s firsts stretched their lead at the top of the Southern Counties North of South West Division to 11 points with their 16-8 win over Stow-on-the-Wold.
Anthony Andrew’s men remain in poll position for the title as they travel to Littlemore on Saturday.
Elsewhere, Windsor Ladies produced a brilliant display to defeat Guernsey ladies by 20 points to 14 in their last home game of the season.
Marlow RFC saw their perfect league run in 2019 come to an end as they lost 20-13 to close rivals Buckingham.
The loss sees Buckingham jump into second at the expense of Marlow, who will be looking to bounce back from two defeats on the spin after falling in the cup to Sherborne, when they host High Wycombe on Saturday.
Slough Rugby club fell to a 40-17 defeat at the hands of Wallingford on Saturday.
The Greenies picked up their first win of 2019 last time out against Stow-on-the-Wold but couldn’t make it two wins in two as a strong Wallingford side came away with the win.
The loss leaves Slough second from bottom, five points clear of Littlemore at the foot of the table.
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