ROCHFORD Hundred continued their rampant form with a 45-22 victory at Sidcup.

Rochford, who have now won all five of their matches this season, have still not been beaten since April 2017.

And summer signing Mac Duaibe was thrilled to play a key part in the latest triumph as he bagged two tries to help Rochford come out on top.

“Saturday was a tough game,” said Duaibe.

“There was a lot of physicality in the game as well as a lot of mistakes from both teams.

“But we stuck to our game-plan and structure. We stayed composed as we always do and trusted ourselves, which won us the game.

“The drive in the team is amazing and it’s exactly what I wanted.”

Rochford have now taken a maximum 15 points from their first five games.

And Duaibe has been delighted by the impressive start to the season.

“The season so far has been good,” said Duaibe.

“Having the draw of the teams that we thought would worry us this season so early on and getting a bonus point win against them has driven us more and more towards the ambition of getting promoted.

“Rochford is a welcoming club and everyone in it has made me feel at home here.”

Duaibe, who lines up at number eight, had previously been involved at Camberley.

But he jumped at the chance to join Rochford.

“I was at Camberley for seven years and it was the first place I started rugby but I’m happy with the move,” said Duaibe.

“That place will always be home but my ambition is to progress my rugby and see where it takes me.

“Phil Burgess and the Matthew sisters who play for England sevens took that step from leaving Camberley and joining a team like Rochford where it bleeds ambition is good for me.

“We all want promotion and I think it’s on everyone’s mind this season.

“And the way this season has started I don’t see why it shouldn’t happen either.”

Chris Dudman, Mark Billings, Harry Hudson, BJ Tunde and Kieron Martin also touched down for Rochford at the weekend while Cameron Greenhall added five conversions.

Rochford again started brightly and raced into a 14-0 lead before the hosts levelled the scores after enjoying a spell of their own pressure.

However, Hundred responded strongly and led 28-17 at half-time.

After the break, Rochford were able to show off their superior fitness to race further clear and secured another fine win which keeps them second in the standings, below Wimbledon who have also won all five of their matches so far this season.

Rochford, who have now won 53 games in a row, will be confident of another victory when they host sixth-placed Tunbridge Wells this weekend.

Rochford Hundred: Meads, Billings, Bramley, Dudman, Cleare, Greenhall, Arnott, Bailey, Brunger, Guess, Tunde, Bevans-Royston, Shields, Hudson, Duaibe

Replacements: Hawes, Gould & Martin