SONNY Gay believes Rochford Hundred face their toughest test of the season at North Walsham this weekend.

Hundred currently top the London One North standings having won all 20 of their matches so far this season.

But Gay feels Rochford’s unbeaten record could come under threat tomorrow.

“This weekend is going be the toughest test of the season,” said Gay.

“North Walsham need the win to keep in touch with Colchester who are in second, so they are going to throw everything at us.

“But if we play to our capabilities we will hopefully come away with the five points.”

Rochford will make the trip to third placed Walsham in great spirits after beating their closest challengers, Colchester, 36-12 in their previous outing.

And Gay remains pleased with the performance.

“The game against Colchester was a good game for us,” said Gay.

“We played good structures and scored some good tries.

“We fronted up physically and we couldn’t have asked for a better outcome really, taking the five points and not letting them get anything from it.”

Gay also enjoyed his part in the triumph after ending a frustrating spell on the sidelines to be involved.

"This season so far has been horrendous on my behalf,” said Gay.

“I’ve only played four games because of an injury but the team are constantly improving and have taken five points every game so far so we are going pretty good at the minute.”

And Gay is now keen to extend the fine run of results while also maintaining his fitness.

“My hopes for the rest of the season is to make it to the end without another injury which is highly unlikely,” said Gay.

“But as a team we want to go the whole season undefeated with bonus point wins.”