Purley John Fisher showed tremendous character to take two points from the visiting Bulls of Aylesford on Saturday.

The hosts won 19-3, which was made even more impressive by the extensive injury list the club is currently dealing with.

Aylesford took the lead with a penalty, but PJF countered this by encamping in the visitor's half for the remainder of the half.

On the stroke of half-time a series of set drives and recycled possession eventually led to a try off the back of a maul.

PJF then cranked it up and controlled both the possession and territory.

After a series of hard drives into the visitors' 22m, they spun the ball and centre Fox thundered across to score under the posts.

The hosts all but killed off the game when a solid set piece saw the ball in Cutbill's hands and the centre split the defence to score under the posts.

PJF remain three points clear at the top of London South East Three.

A last-gasp Ollie Doe penalty saw 13-man Warlingham snatch a 23-21 victory at Weybridge on Saturday, leaving the club heaving a massive sigh of relief as they managed to keep up the pressure on the leaders in their London South West Four division.

With only six minutes on the clock, Alex Glover fed lock Neil Robson who took an intelligent line to score under the posts. Centre Tom Street added the conversion. But Weybridge responded with two tries and a penalty shortly after.

On the stroke of half-time, Doe converted a penalty leaving them eight points adrift at the break.

Dave Stamp reduced the deficit with a converted try after the re-start before Oliviera and the Weybridge number eight were sent off for fighting.

Another Doe penalty gave Warlingham hope, before Weybridge regained the lead from a penalty and winger Rory Child was red carded for an inappropriate comment to the referee.

However the 13 Warlingham warriors took the game to Weybridge and, in the dying minutes, played out in the December dusk, Doe stroked home the winning kick.