ALFIE Justice helped Rochford Hundred continue their 100 per cent record with a 27-19 win at Eton Manor - but the full-back was still not completely satisfied.

Justice was among the try scorers as the London One North leaders recorded their 23rd consecutive victory of the season.

However, Justice felt Hundred were not at their best.

“The game was frustrating as we never really got going as an attack but we got the job done which is what matters most,” said Justice.

“For me personally it was good to get another try because as part of the back three that is part of the job.

“But it was getting the win that was important.”

Rochford are now 14 points clear of second-placed Colchester with just three games to go.

And Justice is keen to finish the campaign on a high.

“My hopes for the rest of the season are that we can execute all of our plans and be above past teams that have done the same as us going forward,” said Justice.

“Individually, I am extremely keen to get into the team every week and will be working hard at every training session to do so.

“But at this stage of the season more so as we are all playing for our positions with next season on the horizon.”

Adam Ferrier, Chris Shields, James Kellard and Jody Allen also touched down for Rochford at the weekend, while Steve Jay added a conversion.

Rochford, who also won London Two North East without losing a game last season, will now wrap up the London One North title with a win at Old Priorians this weekend.

Rochford Hundred: Justice, Radzevicius, Gay, Stewart, W Ferrier, Greenhall, Jay, Strachan, A Ferrier, Brunger, Douglas, Allen, Whatling, Hudson, Shields

Replacements: Guess, Kellard & Cleare