ROCHFORD Hundred maintained their 100 per cent start to the London Two North East season with a 42-7 win at Wanstead.

Rochford’s hosts also went into the game on the back of four straight wins.

But it was Hundred who came out on top, much to the delight of captain Matt Stewart.

“Saturday was probably our most physical encounter to date but there wasn’t really any point in the game that I or the lads were ever worried,” said Stewart.

“I guess we were just frustrated in ourselves for not completing our sets and not sticking to strategy, which showed in some parts of our game.

“But we haven’t really come across anyone that has troubled us thus far.”

Rochford now sit three points clear at the top of the table and Stewart is enjoying being part of the new look side which was significantly strengthened in the summer.

“It’s a pleasure to be involved and a lot of the so called new faces were not actually that new,” said Stewart.

“We knew each other from different social circles and a lot of the guys are just returning to their home clubs after having stints elsewhere, so it can get rather annoying when we get labelled as a money team and people say we have bought the world. Maybe if they did their research properly they would realise that it isn’t the case.”

Stewart bagged two tries in Saturday’s win, while Michael Guess, Craig Strachan and James Kellard also touched down.

Rochford: Billings, Bennett, Ashton, Stewart, Pickering, Needham, Gould, Strachan, Corbet, Guess, Court-Rhind, Fombo, Whatling, Rufai, Kellard .