It was an afternoon of mixed emotions for Cinderford, who had to endure an eight try mauling from title contenders Rosslyn Park before hearing that they had secured their place in National League One next season.

The home side swept into a 31-0 lead by half-time with tries from Dominic Shabbo, Adam Bellamy, Dave Vincent, Jack Gash and Tom Baldwin, with Scott Sneddon kicking three conversions.

Cinderford played much better in the second-half with winger Sam Baker scoring an early try and centre Jack Adams touching down twice, the first of which was an excellent solo effort that saw him gather up his chip over the home defence. However Park added further tries through Darren Ball, a second from Vincent and Sam Shires to wrap up a comfortable victory.

CINDERFORD: S Hawley (M Davies, 40), N Codlin, J Adams, R Winchle, S Baker, M Wilcox, D Pointon (C Stuart-Smith 64), W Davis (J Brooks 74), T Bozzard, E Booley (T Heard, 64), E King (L Randall 58), T Hicks, R Birkin, G Mills, A Balding (Capt.)