ROCHFORD Hundred’s stunning season continued with a 68-10 win at Ruislip.

The victory kept unbeaten Rochford nine points clear at the top of the London One North table.

And scrum half Ricki Gould, who was among Hundred’s try scorers, was pleased to pick up yet another win.

“Saturdays game was decent,” said Gould.

“We’re another step closer to our goal as a team of getting promotion and that’s the main thing.

“We started well and played some good rugby throughout which was pleasing.”

And Gould was also happy to be playing a part after a frustrating spell on the sidelines.

“It’s good to be back playing after a couple of little injuries,” said Gould.

“I don’t often score tries so it’s always nice when I do.

“I’m normally just setting them up all over the pitch to be honest!”

Rochford have now won all 19 of their games this season.

But they face a tougher looking test this weekend as they host second placed Colchester at Magnolia Road in a game

“We’ve got a big week coming up with Colchester at home,” said Gould.

“But the boys are definitely looking forward to it.”

Jody Allen and Chris Dudman both touched down twice for Rochford at the weekend while Jamie Douglas, Michael Guess, Matthew Stewart, Iain Meads and Sam Nash also scored tries. Dudman and Cameron Greenhall kicked the remaining points.