Three tries in seven minutes in the first half set London Scottish on the road to a comfortable 36-15 win at Bridgewater & Albion in National League Three (South).
The Exiles were already ahead courtesy of Roman Piotrowski's 11th-minute try when Bridgewater centre Tito Elsara was sin-binned for repeatedly killing the ball on the ground.
Scottish were quick to capitalise on their man advantage, with Simon Amor and Anton Petzer providing slick passes for Piotrowski to complete a hat-trick, before Naca added a fourth try to secure a bonus point. Leading 31-3 at the break, the visitors were quick to give all four replacements a run out in the second half.
Not surprisingly they showed less fluency, and this combined with Andrew Smith's sin-binning for pulling down an opponent at the line-out led to a try by Hancock for the hosts.
Greenslade-Jones did add a fifth try for Scottish when Bridgewater in their turn were down to 14, and despite another late score for the hosts the Exiles remain top of the table.
* ROSSLYN PARK won their opening home game of the season 23-5 over Havant, but will feel they missed out on a four-try bonus point against limited opposition.
A Dylan Pugh penalty and a try by John Swords saw Park eight points up in as many minutes. Sadly for the home fans this wasn't the cue for an opening of the floodgates, and it wasn't until five minutes before half-time that Park added to their lead.
Rob Jewell's creative play gained a scrum near the posts. Jon Underwood peeled off and almost made the line, but Graham Barr was quickly on hand to finish off. Another penalty made it 18-0 at the break when a big score and a bonus-point win looked likely.
However, it was five minutes from time before Park got their only score of the second half, lock Howard Quigley racing in from the left to touch down. * RICHMOND almost paid for a lack of clinical finishing, needing two late Matt Hart penalties to finally see off Lydney 18-12 in their National League Three (South) encounter.
The hosts dominated for long periods at the Athletic Ground, especially in the first half, but could only turn round 9-3 at the break thanks to three penalties from Hart's trusty boot.
Lydney upped their game after the interval and levelled at 9-9 and again at 12-12 after the Richmond skipper's fourth successful kick. But just as it looked as if the points would be shared, Hart slotted his two late chances to give Richmond back-to-back wins from their first two games. * IN LONDON North West Three Osterleybased Grasshoppers came from 20 points down to snatch a last-gasp win at Imperial Medics.
Such a result looked unlikely when last year's league runners-up raced into a 20-0 lead, despite losing a prop with a serious neck injury.
Thomas Orishaguna began the fightback and then set up Ian Macey for a second score to cut the deficit to 20-10 at the break.
The visitors took charge after the break but it took wing Paul Leulusoo to charge out of defence and release Jeremy Easton to outrun the cover. Skipper Matt Nemeth levelled the scores, but when Orishaguna missed his fourth conversion the game seemed destined to finish a draw.
However, Grasshoppers forwards forced one last chance for their errant kicker who put past failures behind him to slot over for a famous win.