ROCHFORD Hundred winger Mitch Bennett is relishing tomorrow’s table-topping clash at Wanstead.

Rochford currently lead London Two North East after winning their first four games of the season.

But second placed Wanstead also boast a 100 per cent record this term and Bennett is looking forward to facing them tomorrow.

“This weekend will be our toughest game so far and it will be a good one to be involved in,” said Bennett.

“Wanstead have won all of their games as well, so it’s expected to be a very physical up front game.

“But hopefully we can keep our run going.”

Rochford boast a far superior points record than Wanstead having already scored 265 points this term, bagging 41 tries in just four games.

Bennett has scored three of those efforts and is enjoying his return to rugby after opting not to play last season.

“I didn’t sign for a team or play rugby last season due to having injuries and was in the mindset of giving up rugby if I’m honest,” said Bennett.

“But early last season the captain, Matt Stewart, contacted me and explained I was welcome to come back to Rochford and start enjoying rugby again.

“I said I would start next season as I had commitments at university.”

And Bennett is glad to have made the decision to move to Magnolia Road.

“This has been the most exciting season of rugby I’ve ever been involved in,” said the winger.

“The mixture of experience and young talent we have in the team is outstanding.

“The support from the sidelines has been immense too, so there’s a really warm feeling all around the club.

“We have chemistry on and off the pitch and everyone is working really hard to keep the good run we’re on going.”