Tabard won for the first time since October as they recorded a 17-7 success away at Kilburn Cosmos in London 3 North West.

Tom King and Aaron Priscott both notched tries that were converted by Jack Reilly, and he also added a penalty to make it a more comfortable afternoon for the visitors.

Midway through the opening period, a knock-on from Kilburn allowed Tabard to get the first score of the game when Priscott broke away from the scrum and played the ball into King, and he rounded the defence before going over out wide.

Minutes later, Tabard added their second try when good work from Teddy Gough and Will Thompson saw Reilly pick up the ball and he made ground before offloading to Priscott to score.

Kilburn managed to pull themselves back into it before the break when a kick through from a tap penalty resulted in a converted try.

A low scoring second-half followed, but the only points went to Tabard as Reilly kicked in a penalty after a scrum infringement.

The win sees Tabard sit seventh in the table ahead of their game at home to Old Merchat Taylors' this weekend.