ROCHFORD Hundred will resume their push for promotion tomorrow when they head to Guildford this weekend.

Hundred sit second in the London & SE Premier Division having been beaten just once so far this season.

And Rochford centre Chris Dudman is happy with how the season is shaping up.

“So far this season we have been really happy with our results, apart from the one narrow loss to Wimbledon,” said Dudman.

“Our performances are slowly improving game after game but we always have plenty to work on.”

Rochford are seeking a third successive promotion after going through two seasons without losing a single match.

But Dudman has noticed a step up in standard this term.

“You can definitely notice the difference in standard from last season,” said Dudman.

“Before we were winning games comfortably by 50 points but that margin has shrunk massively this season.

“However, we have still managed to score try bonus points in all of our games this year, so we are still getting the job done.”

Rochford sit just two points behind table-topping Wimbledon and will be strong favourites to triumph at second from bottom Guildford who have lost seven of their eight games this term.

But Dudman insists Hundred will be taking nothing for granted, especially given the tough conditions.

“The last few games have been tough with the bad weather and it’s not looking like it will get any better,” said Dudman.

“Even though Guildford are towards the bottom of the table we won’t take anything for granted.

“However, we will still be looking to take maximum points from the game.”

The clash will also see Rochford returning to action after not having a match last weekend.

And Dudman feels a rest has done Hundred good after a hectic start to the current campaign.

“I think the break came at the perfect time for us,” said Dudman.

“We had a very challenging two months to start the season off with so I think we all needed a good rest and a bit of time away to be honest.”

But Rochford will be back at it tomorrow, looking to secure more success as they strive to secure a place in National Two South.

“We set the goal of promotion at the start of the season and that is still our goal now,” said Dudman.

“We have only dropped three points so far so we are pretty pleased with that.

“We still know we have a long way to go but we have put ourselves in a good position to keep pushing towards our goal.”