ROCHFORD Hundred moved to within two points of leaders Wimbledon with a 38-3 win against Sevenoaks at Magnolia Road.

The victory kept Hundred third in the London & SE Premier Division standings.

And Lewis Brunger, who came on to play second row, was full of praise for Rochford’s performance.

“Obviously it was good to get that bonus point win at the weekend but it was more about the intensity and pace we played at which was most pleasing,” said Brunger, who was among Rochford’s try scorers.

“As much as the other results at the weekend did help us close the gap, our main focus is on us and our own performance.”

Craig Strachan, Mac Duaibe, Adam Ferrier, Mark Billings and Chris Dudman also bagged tries for Rochford at the weekend while Cameron Greenhall added four conversions.

Rochford will now be turning their attention towards this weekend’s clash at third from bottom Brighton.

But Brunger will not be fooled by the Sussex side’s lowly league placing.

“Again, we won’t focus on them too much and won’t read too much into their position in the league either,” said Brunger.

“Any team in this league can beat anyone on their day.

“But we’ll be going there looking for another good performance and result.”

Rochford Hundred: Billings, W Ferrier, Brambley, Hudson, Cleare, Greenhall, Arnott, Bailey, A Ferrier, Bevans-Royston, Mills, Douglas, Kellard, Strachan, Duaibe

Replacements: Brunger, Dudman & Gould