Mark Billings will be striving for more happy memories with Rochford Hundred this weekend.

Billings clocked up his 100th appearance for the club in Saturday’s impressive 27-24 win at Henley.

And Billings thoroughly enjoyed the victory.

“The win at the weekend was right up there with one of my favourites,” said Billings, who plays full-back or on the wing.

“We had a depleted squad due to injuries and the boys worked so hard for one another while playing an attractive style of rugby.”

But Billings has enjoyed plenty of highs during his spell at Magnolia Road.

“We’ve had three promotions but it’s also great how well the club is doing off the pitch with coaching, the facilities and youth development,” said Billings.

“I was happy to reach the 100 game milestone but it’s just a number and I’ve had so many great memories along the way.”

But Billings is still hungry for more.

“The main target for the future is to sustain the club’s national rugby status,” said Billings.

“So much has and continues to happen behind the scenes.

“It’s amazing how far the club has come in the five years I have been here.”

Rochford, who are 14th in National Two South, host 12th placed Hinckley this weekend while second from bottom Westcliff head to seventh placed Bury St Edmunds.