Head coach Clive See was left licking his lips as Twickenham showed no mercy in putting London Division Three North West bottom-club Haringey Rhinos to the sword on Saturday.

The hosts, inspired by captain for the day Dom Brown at number 10, won 123-0 at Parkfields to keep the pressure on league leaders Old Priorians as they chase promotion.

Kicker Brown, who scored three tries, set a new club record for points scored in a game as he collected a personal haul of 48, while Randall Clarke also stood out with four tries himself.

See's men are second in the table, but are only four points adrift of top slot and now with a significant points difference advantage thanks to the weekend win.

And the Twickenham chief insisted there would be no room for complacency.

"They weren't the greatest, but it is league rugby and you can only play what is in front of you," said the coach.

"They caught us on a good day and we caught them on a bad day and I guess that's what happens.  Hopefully the points will make a big difference at the end of the season.

"We'll certainly not be sitting back on this.  They'll be training hard on Tuesday and Thursday again and hopefully we can carry that sort of form in to the next game."

Twickenham travel to Hithcin this weekend.