Knights march on with 100 per cent record

Speedster Tyson Lewis scored twice for the Knights in the win over Worthing.
Speedster Tyson Lewis scored twice for the Knights in the win over Worthing.

The Knights moved clear at the top of National One after a third straight bonus point win, beating newly-promoted Worthing 38-17.

A brace of tries from the impressive Tyson Lewis, plus scores from Bruno Bravo, Bevon Armitage and Jack Bergmanas take full command against the game visitors.

Dougie Flockhart converted all five tries and added a penalty for good measure.

But the Knights took their foot off the gas somewhat in the second half.

Rob Smith and Finlay Coxon-Smith both went over for Worthing with Joe Govett adding a pair of conversions to his second minute penalty.

The Knights suffered more injury woes with Michael Walker-Fitton among those forced off during the game, adding to the bodies in a packed treatment room.

Director of rugby Clive Griffiths is set to enter the loan market this week to boost his squad, while also putting heavy focus on the disappointing aspects of the performance.

Knights: Jarvis, Flockhart, Clark (Eti-Slater 64), Armitage, Lewis, Barker, Bravo, Bergmanas (Hunter 66), Santamaria (Hallam 66), Phillips, Challinor, Kenworthy, Kettle (Tamanis 35), Hills (Walker-Fitton 12), Eggleshaw.

Worthing: Greenwood, Maslen (Dudley 77), Richards, Coxon-Smith, Nielsen, Leeming, Govett, O’Sullivan (Cleveland 35), Pointing (Hewick 44), Sargent, Gaynor, Barlow, Redmayne, Heaver (Chisholm 44), Sewell (Smith 44).