Fullerians produced a dominant away performance in their 29-7 bonus-point win at Diss in London One North on Saturday.

The visitors were beaten by Colchester at Easter but responded strongly to claim a five-point haul from their latest match.

Fullers made a bright start to the game and were rewarded with an early try through wing Sam Shannon-Tinsley.

Their pressure paid off with a second score shortly afterwards when Kieran Cavanagh managed to cross the line after good interplay in the midfield.

The third try soon arrived when Dan Evans pounced to score.

Diss were second best during the first half but the home side did manage to score a try which cut the deficit to ten points heading into the break.

With a 17-7 lead, Fullers started the second half strongly and it was not long before they extended their lead, through centre Liam Mann’s finish under the posts, to clinch the bonus point with plenty of time to spare.

Fullerians were not finished and scored again when man-of-the-match Jackson Espin crossed the line for his first try for the club.

There was a sour end to the contest when replacement centre Myles Toon was given a red card for a high tackle.

Head coach Rich Hoskins said: “We played well at times as a team but we left another 15-20 points as we just did enough to win the game instead of turning the screw.”

Hoskins added: “We have two league games left and a cup final to round the season off.”

Fullers’ next game is at home to league leaders Brentwood tomorrow afternoon.

Tabard suffered a heavy 50-7 defeat at Belsize Park in London Two North West on Saturday.

The match was moved from Regents Park to Finchley’s pitch and the visitors found it tough going against their opponents.

Tabard were competitive in the first half but the match got away from them after the break as Belsize Park managed to score 31 unanswered points.

It took just ten minutes for the home side to get on the scoreboard as they crossed the line with a well-worked try.

Tabard responded and won a series of penalties but Harry Gough was unable to steer his kick between the posts.

Belsize Park punished them and a flowing attack enabled them to extend their lead.

Another try from the hosts put them in control before Tabard rallied and scored.

Aled Davis offloaded to Deniyi Olashore and he raced over the line from 40 metres out.

Gough added the conversion to help narrow the deficit to 19-7 at half-time.

In the second half, Belsize Park played down the slope and took full advantage as they ran away with the match.

The home side scored five tries without reply as Tabard were well beaten.

Tabard will hope to end their season on a high note with a win when they host London Nigerian tomorrow afternoon.