HISTORY was made at Rosslyn Park on Saturday when a female refereed their game for the very first time.
Somerset official Clare Daniels took charge for their National Three (South) home clash with Chinnor, and she wasn't afraid to leave her mark.
Daniels disallowed three Park tries - but it made little difference as they cruised to a 42-0 victory.
Nick Canty, Martin Anayi, Adam Harris, Adam Blemings, Graham Barr and Jon Swords all crossed the try-line for those which were awarded.
Richard Mahony bagged three conversions and two penalties as Park kept up the pressure on Ealing.
In fact. with Ealing facing a tough trip to leaders London Scottish on Saturday, Park could leapfrog them into second place if they produce another bonus-point win at Bridgwater & Albion.
That window of opportunity was opened by Ealing's shock 26-25 defeat to Rugby Lions.
Scottish, meanwhile, needed a late Scott Hadden penalty to prevent falling to a shock defeat themselves at Dings Crusaders.
Scottish looked to have come up short as, despite tries from Matt Heeks and Ledua Jope, plus a conversion and a penalty from Hadden, they trailed 16-15 going into injury-time.
But Hadden's winning penalty not only secured victory, but also kept Scottish's unbeaten record in tact.