Nick Canty's celebrations following his two-try show at Canterbury on Saturday were cut short.
Canty's reward for his efforts was to be one of two Rosslyn Park play-ers to find their bags stolen from the team bus while having a post-match meal in the clubhouse.
Park have made it clear it was an opportunist theft and attach no blame whatsoever to Canterbury for the incident.
Park fell behind early on before Chris Simmons split their defence to put in Canty for his first, and John Swords added a second before half-time - Rhys Gosling converting both.
Richard Melton came on for his debut after Park lost Adam Gates to a hamstring injury, and Gosling struck over a penalty before Simmons streaked in another try.
Canterbury pulled back a converted try, but Park had the last say when the ball was whipped across to Canty from a drive to the line.
Park have no game on Saturday, but are hosting a beer festival.
Also in National Three (South), Richmond let a 13-3 half-time lead slip to draw 13-13 at Dings Crusaders.
Iain Buzza bagged a try, while Matt Hart converted and kicked two penalties. But the visitors came back after the break.
Richmond have a break this weekend before hosting Ealing on Saturday week.
Leaders London Scottish took out their frustration at dropping their first points of the season at Rugby Lions last week on poor Barking.
Frank Neal ran in four tries, and Charles Broughton chipped in with two Scottish crossed the line 11 times to win 80-14.
Rory Damant, Andy Fahey, Roman Piotrowski, Mark Soden and Alex Karonias all made the score-sheet too, while James Brown kicked 10 conversions.
Scottish host Basingstoke in the EDF Energy Cup on Saturday.