WARLINGHAM recorded a good 20-10 victory away at Heathfield & Waldron last Saturday.
The visitors were gifted a try straight from the kick-off when Ben Wimble tapped the ball forward and pounced over the line. Fly-half Joe McEvoy added the conversion.
From the restart, Warlingham kicked long into the Heathfield half and when they forced the home side to infringe, McEvoy slotted the penalty to put clear water between the two sides.
McEvoy inflicted more pain with a second penalty before the home side scrambled themselves a try on the blind side when their scrum-half was given too much space by the Warlingham back row.
The Heathfield forwards sensed that Warlingham were relaxing and, after a 20-metre maul, were unlucky not to score a try.
Close to half-time, winger Jon Osborne darted through the defence and gave Wimble a peach of a pass to score his second try under the posts.
And McEvoy had his kicking boots on to add the extra two points.
Heathfield were again unlucky not to score in the second half when their winger chipped ahead and a chasing player scored, only to be penalised for being in front of the kicker.
But their persistence was rewarded when they forced a five-metre scrum, from which a blind side move gave them their second unconverted try.