Derby Action: Rosslyn Park V London Scottish
There was nothing rusty about Lee Rust on Saturday.
The London Scottish fullback ran in two first-half tries to set his side up for a derby victory over Rosslyn Park.
His first came from Scottish's first attack, taking a quick ball from Simon Amor to go over near the corner flag after Scottish had decided to run a penalty and drove forward.
Rust's second came after he latched onto a brilliant cross-field kick on the turn by former England Sevens star Amor.
Neither effort was converted, which meant when Rob Jewell tore through to set up Alex Cadwallader to score for Park, Dylan Pugh's kick brought them to within three points.
However, Amor edged Scottish further ahead with a 57th-minute penalty, before the same player wrapped up a 18-7 win with a late try.
The result kept Scottish top of National Three (South).
* NEIL PIGGOTT stormed in a hat-trick on tries as Richmond beat Henley 32-22 in National Three (South).
But not after Henley had given them an early scare with two tries within a minute of each other.
However, by the half-hour mark, Piggott has found his scoring boots with his first two tries of the season, with Matt Hart converting the second.
Tim Cook extended the lead, running in from 25m after Tom Gregory's sublime pass opened up the Henley defence,but the visitors pulled a try back before the break.
Piggott completed his treble from Cook's inch-perfect kick soon after the re-start, and Hart converted before slotting two penalties over to seal the win, despite a late Henley try.