Centre Ben Cheston was certainly at the centre of matters as Chiswick continued their charge on the London Four NW title on Saturday.
Stuart Parmeter had already put in Lewis Hammond for the opening try when Cheston took centre-stage, tracking the Old Ashmoleans full-back on a cross-field sprint before ushering him into touch.
Cheston was then stopped illegally when bearing down on the line himself, with Tom Duffy bagging three points from the resulting penalty.
Adie Lewis was next over following fine play from Hansie Bezuidenhout and Al Pickering, before Cheston got in on the act again.
After receiving the ball from skipper Jon Gibson, he slashed open the defence before returning the ball to his skipper to touch down.
Cheston then got the try his performance deserved, benefiting from some good line-out work and a long pass from Pickering.
And there was still time for a Parmeter try as Chiswick wound up a 34-6 victory.