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Gravesend record back-to-back victories in London 1 South

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Gravesend made it two wins from two matches in London 1 South by producing some scintillating rugby to defeat Tunbridge Wells 34-7 on Saturday.

They scored their first try after just five minutes, Jon Clement scoring under the posts with Gary Gray converting and the same player then added a penalty.

Wells hit back with a converted try but this stung Gs into action again and centre Adam Bishop crossed for an unconverted try.

With the first half coming to a close, Gs increased their lead to 20-7 with a second try from Clement.

Gs were camped in the opposition half early in the second half and they eventually scored again through captain Jamie Forsyth, with Gray converting.

Then Tony Nolan left the Wells defence in his slipstream to score and Gray converted to make the final score 34-7.

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