Ealing Trailfinders 11-46 Leeds Carnegie
Ealing Trailfinders slipped further from safety after they were soundly beaten by an impressive Leeds Carnegie - and Jersey beat Nottingham to open up a six-point gap at the bottom of the table.
Seven tries from the seven different players sealed the win for the visitors as the home defence was blown away in the stormy conditions.
Ealing started the brightest and had a chance to score early when Phil Chesters was released by a clever cross-field kick.
That chance came to nothing though and Leeds were much more clinical when, after ten-minutes, Morgan Thompson saw his box-kick charged and Fred Burdon was quickest of the chasing pack and scored near the posts.
Ealing hit back though eight minutes later when again Ben Ward again kicked cross-field to Chester, who this time was able to take the ball in his stride to touch-down in the corner.
This only served to fire the visitors up though and Ben Hooper converted from close range after a period of pressure and Leeds never looked back.
Ealing kicked a penalty from Ward, but Leeds matched that with one of their own from Alex Lozowski as well as their third try when Fred Burdon finished a great counter-attacking move which scythed the home defence apart to go into the break with a commanding lead.
Ward kicked another penalty early in the second-half to give Ealing hope, but it was one-way traffic from then on with Leeds responding with four tries.
First Ryan Burrows forced his way over the line in the corner and then Mike Myerscough converted a long spell of Leeds pressure when he charged over on the left wing.
Josh Griffin finished a solo effort when he followed up his own kick down the left wing and Oli Goss capped a convincing win for Leeds when he crashed over after a sustained period of pressure in the dying minutes.
Ealing: Henderson, Wardingley, Kinloch, McLean-Dents, Chesters, Ward, Thompson, Neville, Crumpton, Carey, Pape, Merrick, Preocanin, Siggery, Evans. Replacements: Townsend, Storer, Brockett, Collier, Anderson, Commins, Wheatcroft.