ROCHFORD Hundred kept the pressure on table-topping Guernsey with a 31-12 win against Guildford.

The victory kept Hundred behind the London & SE Premier Division leaders on points difference.

But fly-half Cameron Greenhall felt Rochford made it 11 victories in a row despite not hitting top form.

“We scored some good tries and played some attractive stuff but we just never really got out of third gear,” said Greenhall.

“The wind played a major part in the game and made it hard to play wide.

“But it’s always our aim to get five points so in terms of that we got the job done.”

Rochford are locked level on 93 points with leaders Guernsey with just five games to go.

But Greenhall still believes Hundred - who are chasing a third promotion in succession - can come out on top.

“We are completely in charge of the race,” said the fly-half.

“It’s in our hands.

“We’ve got to get 25 out of 25 points and we believe as a group that this is more than capable.

“The team are excited about the final few games too.

“We’ve got a job to do and we will do everything in our power to get it done.”

Greenhall helped Rochford to triumph on Saturday by kicking three conversions.

Adam Ferrier, Lewis Brunger, Mark Billings, Chris Dudman and Damien Brambley all bagged tries.

Elsewhere, Thurrock lost 26-25 at KCS Old Boys in London One South while South Woodham Ferrers’ clash with Diss was postponed in London Two North East.

In London Three, Basildon lost 93-0 to table-topping Harlow while Canvey were handed a walkover win against Writtle Wanderers in Essex One.