Tom Duffy notched a personal haul of 21 points as Chiswick continued their London Four NW title-charge on Saturday.
Duffy scored two tries, kicked four conversions and a penalty as Chiswick thrashed Bank of England 51-3.
Peter Townsend ran in the first try with less than a minute gone, and three minutes later Duffy went over for this first following good hands by Hansie Bezuidenhout and Keith Luckman.
Bank pulled back a penalty, but Chiswick extended their lead with a brilliant try which saw Townsend hold the ball one-handed above a row of defenders until Alistair Pickering had enough room to be slipped a scoring pass.
After the break, skipper John Gibson found Marc Jones in support to gift him a try before bagging one of his own after dummying an outside past and ghosting through.
Gibson was provider for the next two tries too, putting in sub Dave Matulick before handing Jones a second present of the day.
Such was Chiswick's dominance that even coach Andy Barrington allowed himself a run-out, but it was Duffy who had the final word with his second try.
* STAINES are also on course for a title in London Two North.
Tries from Mickey Wilmott, James Cornish, Tom Cleary and Reggie Regan gave them a 25-10 win over Bury St Edmonds in their first game in more than a month.
David Knill kicked a penalty and a conversion.