A huge performance from King’s College Hospital saw them run in a host of tries to secure a 61-12 win against New Ash Green at Turney Road.
The win takes KCH up to third in Kent One, with one game left to play.
There were big performances across the park with fly-half Harry Clark distributing crisply and a massive shift from the pack.
Man of the match was awarded to Jake Pickering, who spearheaded a dominant scrum and carried all day long into the NAG defence.
Tries were scored by scrum-half Chris McKeand (2), centre Ceri (2), centre Ian Williams, wing James Tredinnick, number eight Nic Oakley and fly-half Harry Clark.
King’s welcome HSBC to Turney Road for the last game of the season.
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