Enfield Ignatians recorded back-to-back London 3 North West victories on Saturday after beating Finsbury Park with a 25-15 win.

The game was originally due to take place at Finsbury Park’s ground, but after the referee deemed the pitch waterlogged, the game kicked off 45 minutes late at Ignatians’ Donkey Lane ground.

Jake Bates scored a pair of penalties to start and finish the scoring, while tries in between were added by Jonathan Hamilton and Luke Williams.

Finsbury started the better of the two sides and stormed into an 8-0 lead through Ed Morden’s penalty and a try from Aengus Ryan, but Jake Bates’ own penalty and the conversion of Hamilton’s try put Ignatians 10-8 up at the break.

Williams then crashed over from a maul to add a further five for Ignatians, and Ben Mills converted their third try of the day before Bates’ penalty rounded things off.

Evan Gwilliam’s late try, converted by Morden, made it a nervy finish, but Ignatians held on to go sixth in the table.