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Canterbury remain among pacesetters

Gert de Kock was among the points for Canterbury
Gert de Kock was among the points for Canterbury

CANTERBURY maintained their grip on third place in National League 3 South after a convincing 34-7 win against North Walsham.

They ran in five tries against the struggling North Norfolk side at Merton Lane on Saturday but failed to turn their superiority into points with a number of unforced errors near the line leaving the home crowd somewhat frustrated.

Two tries from Blair Morris and one each from Jamie Forsyth, Mike Melford and a try, three conversions and a penalty from Gert De Kock secured the win.

They stay third but remain level on points with Ealing, who enjoyed a big win over Lydney, while London Scottish lost ground losing 12-11 at Havant to fall four points behind in fifth.

Mounts Bay and Cinderford are batttling it out at the top of the table with three games remaining.

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