Fullerians’ unbeaten run ended in a heavy 39-3 defeat away at London Two North West league leaders HAC who themselves are undefeated all season and have secured 12 try bonus points along the way.

Saturday's half-time score of 20-3 didn’t do justice to the efforts of the visitors who yet again had to make changes, this time influential No. 8 George Harvey, Aiden Josey and Curtis Woodham all missing out due to injury or Covid.

Fullers started well and were award a penalty in the fourth minute, only for Dan Evans to pull his kick slightly wide.

The home side were somewhat surprised by the contact and pace Fullers had turned up with and did well to contain their opponents who didn't want to lose their own unbeaten run.

It was 15 minutes into the game when HAC were awarded a penalty and they slotted it over to take the lead after being on the back foot.

Evans took his next opportunity with the boot 15 minutes later to level the scores with a great kick, only for Fullers to concede another penalty a few minutes later.

HAC stepped it up and their fitness and speed out wide proved too much for Fullers and they ran in two converted tries before half-time to open up a 17-point cushion.

Fullers again started stronger after the break and at times looked like they had every chance to get back in the game, but unforced errors and the odd questionable decision allowed HAC to bag their third try of the afternoon ten minutes after the restart.

But it wasn't until the last quarter of the contest that the hosts kicked on and ran in another two converted tries to put Fullers to the sword.