Fylde collapsed to a rout by Coventry after being outclassed in Round Seven at Woodlands.

Cov opened their season with a nine-try victory against Hull Ionians and the parrallels from that clash were obvious seven weeks later, as Rowland Winter’s men were ruthless once again.

The Midlands side remain on top of the pile while there were no mistakes made by the the teams directly below them as Plymouth Albion, Darlington Mowden Park, Blackheath and Ampthill & District all secured wins.

Bishop’s Stortford continued their positive start to the campaign at home to Hull Ionians while Cambridge moved into the top half of the table as a rampant display against Rosslyn Park earnt them a third win of the season and Birmingham Moseley also trumpihed against Esher.

Fylde 0-64 Coventry

Coventry thrashed Fylde to maintain their 100 per cent record as Rowland Winter’s men remain on top of National One.

Winger Tom Emery and hooker Scott Tolmie both scored hat-tricks while Heath Stevens grabbed a brace as Coventry crossed on 10 occassions at Woodlands.

Jack Preece and Anthony Matoto were the other try-scorers with Will Maisey and Ben Palmer sharing the kicking duties.

Caldy 17-34 Plymouth Albion

Plymouth Albion enjoyed a bonus-point win in Caldy as they continue to chase down Coventry at the summit of National One.

Rupert Freestone went over for two first-half tries which gave Albion a 12-0 lead, but scores from JJ Dickinson and Nick Royle either side of half-time helped Caldy into a five point advantage.

However, that was as good as it got for the hosts as Plymouth took control of this contest.

Herbie Stupple (2) and Will Norton both added tries as the visitors showed their qualities to secure a sixth consecutive victory.

Darlington Mowden Park 36-21 Old Elthamians

Darlington Mowden Park edged the second half to clinch a bonus-point victory over Old Elthamians at the Northern Echo Arena.

The hosts suffered their first defeat of the season in Round Six against Old Albanian, but Danny Wilson’s side bounced back in front of their own supporters.

Shaun McCartney (2) and Simon Uzowke crossed in the second period following a cagey first 40 minutes which saw Callum McKenzie and Grant Connon go over for the home side.

Jay Rudland Thomas and Dom Lespierre touched down for OEs as the game was level at the break, but despite George Messum going over late on, the visitors’ four match winning run came to an end.

Blackheath 31-3 Old Albanian

Fourth placed Blackheath powered to a comfortable bonus-try victory over Old Albanian as head coach James Shanahan guided his side to a sixth victory of the season against his former employers.

Tom Baldwin and Jake Lloyd gave the hosts an early lead and they did not relinquish their advantage throughout this contest despite Tom Bednall slotting over a penalty for OAs just before the break.

Joe Tarrant, James Hallam and Josh Davies added second-half scores for ‘Club’, but even though the visitors did threaten the Blackheath line, they couldn’t grab a try of their own as they left Well Hall empty handed.

Loughborough Students 14-36 Ampthill and District

Ampthill and District made it four wins on the spin as they beat Loughborough Students in an entertaining battle at Epinal Way.

The signs were pointing in the right direction for the A’s as they led 12-7 at the break thanks to tries from Paino Hehea and Karim Lynch, with Owen Hills crossing for Loughborough.

The visitors were then the better side after half-time, but it took until the 67th minute for them to extended their advantage as Will Goodge crossed.

All Crossdale’s score seven minutes later gave Ampthill some breathing space and despite a late try from Cam Dobinson for Students, the A’s had the final say when Syd Blackmore dotted down to wrap up the victory.

Bishop’s Stortford 35-31 Hull Ionians

Bishop’s Stortford hung on for a bonus-point win despite a late scare from a spirited Hull Ionians.

The home side raced into an early lead thanks to tries from Chris Smith and Nick Hankin as well as 10 points from the boot of George Cullen, but an Issac Green penalty and Edward Falkingham try made it 20-10 at the break.

James Sanderson reduced Stortford’s lead to just three points with a score immediately after the restart but tries from Sam Winter and James Neville restored the hosts’ cushion.

But Hull Ionians continued to battle and scores from Sam Wilson and Tom O’Donnell – either side of a Cullen penalty – set up a grandstand finish, but Stortford held out to arrest a run of two games without a win.

Cambridge 50-23 Rosslyn Park

Cambridge secured their first home win of the season as they ran in eight tries to beat Rosslyn Park.

Tries from Oli Petrides, Lawrence Hutchinson (2) and Albert Portsmouth helped them into a 26-16 half-time lead, with Harry Hudson replying for Park.

Hutchinson completed his hat-trick after the break with Ehren Painter, Matt Hema and Portsmouth adding further scores for Cambridge, Alfie Dudman-Jones responded for Park late on.

Esher 27-32 Birmingham Moseley

Birmingham Moseley scored six tries to secure their third win of the campaign as they defeated Esher in Surrey.

A brace from Mark Harrison plus another score put Moseley 17-13 up just before half-time, but a Chris Arnold try as well as scores from Tom James and Cameron Leigh edged Esher in front at the break.

In a topsy-turvy second half, both sides exchanged tries before Ciaran Moore crossed to make it 27-27.

However, Moseley’s sixth score of the afternoon proved decisive as the Midlands sealed a tight victory.