Sutton & Epsom extended their lead at the summit of London One South to nine points after an impressive 22-46 bonus point win at Chiswick.

Enjoying a rare game in London on a bleak afternoon, the Black & Whites gave their Australian back Guy Stuckey-Clarke a victorious send off.

Sutton opened the scoring after 10 minutes following a bullocking run by Pete Matthews that ended five metres short.

The ball went wide for Aaron Phillip to muscle over the line to take a 5-0 lead.

However, Chiswick were on the scoreboard within minutes with Simon Hallett kicking a penalty.

Then following a period of pressure the hosts took the lead as scrum half, Adam Ross, sped through to score under the posts.

The home side, following Simon Hallett's conversion, were 10-5 up after 20 minutes.

The Middlesex side with their big pack and probing backs were testing the Sutton & Epsom defences.

For a while it looked like a solitary Hurley penalty was all that the visitors were going to have for their efforts in the second quarter.

Aaron Philip had a try disallowed, the Chiswick line stood firm despite the onslaught.

Eventually Steve Burton picking an excellent line scored under the posts to send Sutton into a 15-10 lead at the break.

From the restart, Sutton showed the form that has seen them rise to the top of the table.

A break by Kyren Ghumra put Sam Hurley in for his first try of the season, that he duly converted.

He followed this with a simple penalty to extend the lead to 25-10.

Five minutes later, a typical surging run by Matt Whitaker created a try for Steve Munford to secure the bonus point.

However, the spirited Chiswick were next to score before Guy Stuckey-Clarke decided to make his mark on his final game.

His first try extended the lead to 39-15, and just when he might have thought that his day may end on a low as the Chiswick scored a well worked try on the 80th minute, the best was still to come.

A wonderful break from Phillip released Ghumra, who was stopped close to the line but offloaded for the departing Antipodean to score. Hurley added the extras to close out the game 46-22.

This weekend promises to be a spectacular end of the year with Sutton visiting Sidcup (kick-off 3pm), who had a handsome win at Rugby Lane in September.