SOUTHEND Saxons will be looking for a fourth successive win when Ruislip visit Warners Bridge this weekend.

Ruislip sit bottom of the London One North standings and have yet to triumph so far this season.

But scrum-half Harry Branch insists Southend will not be taking anything for granted.

“Tomorrow is a massive fixture for us to focus on and achieving another successful outcome is the goal,” said Branch.

“We’ve prepared properly and we’ll need a good performance to win the game because every single team is tough to play in this league so we’re certainly taking nothing for granted.”

Southend, who are third in the table, saw off Shelford 45-21 on Saturday.

And Branch was pleased to bag another win.

“I was really chuffed with all the lads at the weekend,” said Branch.

“They all put in massive shifts and got the win.

“The Priors also got a win so it was a successful weekend for the club.”

However, Branch still feels there is plenty for Saxons to work on.

“I felt as though we let them in too easily in the second half so we will check on the video and tweak what can be improved,” said Branch.

“There’s lot for us to work on but it was really pleasing for us to get another win.

“As I’ve said before we need these runs of wins to continue if we want to succeed this year so this is another big game for us.

“But we’re certainly moving in the right direction and we’re all looking forward to another game tomorrow now.”

In London One South tomorrow, Thurrock head to London Cornish while, in London Two North East, South Woodham Ferrers host Southwold.

In London Three Essex, bottom of the table Basildon host Old Cooperians while, in Essex One, Canvey Island host Clacton and Billericay head to Dagenham.