Farnham go for a walk in the park as they put 80 past the Antlers, writes Alex Lambe.
Thirty points from Toby Salmon helped Farnham to a thumping 80-7 win over Teddington.
The mercurial fly-half scored two tries as well as slotting 10 out of 12 conversions to help the Surrey side to their first win against the Antlers at the Park, and their 10th consecutive league win.
The October loss to second place Eastleigh seems to be a thing of the past, as the league leaders continue to storm the division, with their brand of open and attractive rugby.
There seems to be a real team work ethic amongst the men from Monkton Lane, who have now racked up an astonishing total of 263 points in their last four matches, whilst only conceding 43.
Their deadliness in attack has blown away many teams this season. However, next up is a potential season-defining game against Hampshire side Eastleigh.
Despite losing to Eastleigh back in October, Farnham remain one point clear at the top of the division, thanks to a higher accumulation of try bonus points.
This game may not completely decide who finishes top come April, but it will go a long way to determining whose confidence remains high as we enter the second half of the season.