Eton Manor were no match for title-chasing Brentwood as they fell to a punishing 66-8 defeat on Saturday.

The defeat to the London One North Division’s second-placed side leaves Manor sixth in the table after eight games.

They face Old Haberdashers in their next game.

Brentwood’s win was not enough to close the eight point gap to league leaders Chingford who claimed a 36-22 victory over Amersham & Chiltern.

Their eighth straight bonus point win came thanks to tries from Cameron Meakin, Josh Porter, Luke Watson and Jimmy Baber.

Epping Upper Clapton picked up their second successive win as they beat Cantabrigian 29-10 in their London Two North East clash.

The result sees them climb to seventh in the table.

Finally, Woodford had less reason to celebrate as they fell to a 64-27 loss to Harlow.

Woodford are only a place above the bottom of the table having one just one of their seven games this season.