SKIPPER Rob Jewell bagged two tries as Rosslyn Park moved up to second in National Three (South) on Saturday.
Will Jones and Graham Barr also crossed the try-line as Park beat Lydney 28-17, while Barr kicked one conversion and Rhys Gosling three.
But the team they replaced in second, Ealing, have a game in hand.
Charles Broughton claimed four tries as London Scottish continued their march towards the title with a 52-7 win over Bridgwater & Albion.
Frankie Neale also notched two, while Owen Walbyoff and James Brown grabbed a try each, and Brown converted six.
More to the point, with Leeds Carnegie losing in National One,
Scottish remain the only unbeaten side in the National Leagues.
Another side finishing strongly are Richmond, who beat Rugby Lions 37-24 after two late tries from Francois van Schalkwyk.
Rupert Allhusen, Peter Clarke and Ed Rosa also crossed the try-line, while Matt Hart kicked three conversions and two penalties.
In National One, Mark Harris put the icing on a 39-25 win over Otley with a 40-yard drop-goal for London Welsh on Saturday.
Harris kicked 14 points in all, while the tries came from Wame Lewaravu, Aaron Liffchak, Paul Sampson, Paul Mackey and on-loan London Irish centre Dominic Shaboo.