Jordan Wilson is one of the best advertisements for any aspirational player at the club, and he again excelled by claiming 24 of his side's 39 points in the defeat of Old Streetonians at Donkey Lane.
In one fell swoop, the scrum-half with the lethal boot, has gone almost a quarter of the way to matching last season's club record haul of 104 points at London Two level when he was one the league's top kicking guns in tandem with Rochford Hundred's Tom Ashton.
The son of former Saracens prop and club forwards' coach Stuart, the level-headed Jordan has risen up through the youth system having graduated via the colts, and the second team's table topping Herts-Middlesex Merit Table One side.
He is enjoying a rich vein of form after his 100 per cent strike rate against Tabard earlier in the month and long may his form continue.
Elsewhere, prop Christo Kasabi is set to win his 15th cap for the Cypriot national side after being selected for the game against Luxembourg in Paphos on October 8.