London 2 South-West

Newly-promoted Eastleigh put in a better performance at The Hub at but are still struggling to find their feet at London 2 South-West level.

The first XV failed to put a point on the scoreboard against the league’s second-placed club, Old Reigatian, as they lost out 38-0.

Eastleigh, who lost out at home to Winchester the previous week, may have been second best against their Surrey visitors but were still left disappointed they did not turn some of their possession into points.

They conceded an early try as the visitors used quick ball to expose the overlap wide on the right but then dug deep to defend their line and prevent another breach in the early stages.

Old Reigatians kept up the pressure and went into the interval 14-0 in front.

Eastleigh did come close to crossing the line as Phil Baldwin and James Boyce found gaps in the OR defence, but their attacks could not be completed and opportunities went begging.

The home side conceded four further tries, two converted.

Despite the score, the performance was an improvement on the previous week. Eastleigh's Man of the Match was Will Rigelsford.

Unbeaten SW2 leaders Camberley proved too strong for Winchester in a game that was more closely contested than the scoreline suggests.

Winch were 13-0 up at half time but failed to collect even a losing bonus point as they lost out 29-19.

Matt Golding put Winch on the scoresheet when he crashed over following a pick up and dummy from Oscar Ashton.

The second try came from a piece of individual brilliance from Greg Sullivan who chipped forward and collected his own kick to muscle his way over.

Centre Ollie Cook kicked two penalties – one either side of the break – but Camberley hit back with three unconverted tries.

Winchester increased their cushion to four points with another penalty from Cook before continual Camberley pressure gave them a converted try to go in front for the first time.

The home side’s losing bonus point was snatched away when Camberley struck with a breakaway try and conversion.

Gosport & Fareham lost out at home to Twickenham despite being in front ten minutes into time added on.

The Londoners struck with a converted try to win the game 27-24. Centres Dom Holling and Wayne Dugan and wing Shaun Taylor scored the Gosport tries with Alex Duncombe kicking three penalties.