ROCHFORD Hundred secured back to back victories for the first time since October, beating Hinckley 33-26 at Hinckley.

Hundred scored five tries in the victory at Magnolia Road.

And head coach Danny Cleare thoroughly enjoyed his side’s performance.

“Saturdays game was one of the most enjoyable games of the season,” said Cleare.

“Some of our attack was brilliant and we really had a focus on playing at a high tempo as the Hinckley pack is massive and this paid off as they gassed out.

“Special mention must go to our forwards who provided an excellent set piece all game.”

Damien Brambley, Mark Billings, Maciu Nabogi, Jack Daly and Wouter Roters all scored tries for Rochford while George Elliott kicked the rest of the points.

And Cleare felt the victory showed Hundred have what it takes to hold their own in National Two South.

“It’s really pleasing to put back to back wins together and it’s only the second time we’ve managed it all year,” said Cleare.

“I think we’re more then capable of playing at this level.

“We’ve won seven games and lost another six all by less than seven points all with a lot of young lads playing at this level for their first time.”

Hundred do also possess players with experience and Cleare was keen to praise two of his squad who made landmark appearances at the weekend.

“Congratulations must go to Ricki Gould for making his 100th appearance for the club and Harry Hudson for making his 200th National League game across his four clubs - Rochford, Southend, Rosslyn Park and Old Elthamians,” said Cleare.

“It’s a fantastic achievement.”

Rochford remain 14th in the table but can now look forward to heading to second placed Redruth this weekend.

“Redruth is a huge test but one we’re looking forward to.

“It’s one of the hardest places in the country to go away and win at.

“With the league restructure next year this could be the only ever opportunity Rochford gets to play there so we’re determined to give a good account of ourselves.”