MARK Billings will be looking to continue his fantastic form when Rochford Hundred head to Cantabrigian in London Two North East tomorrow.

The prolific full-back touched down five times in Saturday’s 69-0 win against Ipswich to take his season’s tally to 23 tries.

And Billings is keen to secure more success as table-topping Rochford look to extend their 100 per cent record.

“Saturday was very pleasing, more for the performance rather than the result,” said Billings.

“In games leading up to Christmas we were a little one dimensional with our attack but I think this improved considerably at the weekend.

“Getting five tries was a great bonus for me but I’m just looking to take each week as it comes.”

As a result, Billings is focusing on facing second from bottom Cantabrigian this weekend.

And he is determined to help Hundred maintain their recent momentum.

“Momentum is key for any team and the win at the weekend was one of the boxes we had to tick if we want to continue with our goals we have set out each week and at the start of the year,” said Billings.

“I don’t think anyone looks forward to the initial fitness sessions after the Christmas break but the boys were excited to be back together and training and it was good to get back on the pitch too.”

Rochford’s win was their 13th in succession and sent them 10 points clear at the top of the table.

>SOUTH Woodham Ferrers will be looking to get back to winning ways at home to Letchworth Garden City tomorrow.

Woodham are currently bottom of the London One North standings after suffering 10 defeats in succession, but remain just three points below Letchworth.