SCOTLAND might have lost the Calcutta Cup to England, but they were still celebrating down at London Scottish on Saturday.
Nine players shared out 12 tries between them as the National Three (South) champions-elect thrashed sorry Rugby Lions 85-3.
Roman Piotrowski, Simon Amor and Rory Damant bagged two tries apiece, while Ben Gotting, Charles Broughton, Frankie Neale, Lorne Ward, Stuart Peel and Chris Johnston all claimed one each.
James Brown kicked eight conversions and a penalty, while Neale converted three.
In the battle for second place, Rosslyn Park kept their noses in front thanks to a 21-18 win over Barking, although Ealing have a game in hand.
Tries from Martin Anayi and David Riley, plus a Rhys Gosling conversion and three penalties, put Park 21-8 in front with 10 minutes left, but they had to endure a nail-biting finish.
Up to fourth thanks to a fine run of form are Richmond, who won 17-13 at Canterbury.
Matt Hart notched 12 points with a try, two conversions and a penalty, while Joe Ajuwa got the other try.