Saracens Women maintained their Seven Point lead at the peak of this Premier 15s desk using a 34-28 victory at Gloucester-Hartpury.
The hosts took the lead at the second minute through England’s Tatyana Heard but Saracens recovered through Heard’s international team-mate Sarah McKenna.
Dyddgu Hywel attracted it flat although mcKenna included a second moments later.
Bryony Cleall subsequently scored her 12th try of the season handy Saracens the guide before the rest.
Gloucester enjoyed a late flurry after Zoe Harrison slotted a penalty and Taz Bricknell bundled over, but tries from Hannah Casey and may possibly Campbell watched the league leaders to continue to victory.
A Hat Trick from England’s Jessica Breach watched second-placed Harlequins Ladies assert a comfy 59-7 Conquer Richmond in the south-west London derby.
Red Roses scrumhalf Leanne Riley scored two tries in the opening exchanges before five points apiece for Fiona Fletcher and Davinia Catlin watched Quins seal the bonus point and then open a 24-0 lead within 30 minutes.
From then it was the Breach show and she wore her first try five minutes by half-time.
The 2nd came following the rest in the left wing corner and the hat trick was completed late , until England’s Rowena Burnfield scored a consolation try for Richmond.
Wasps Ladies secured a 43-12 win over Darlington Mowden Park Sharks to Stay in the top .
The Sharks rallied through tries from Igemi Ekoku and Georgina Roberts, but Wasps held off the battle because Kendall Templeman and Sarah Mitchelson spanned for its hosts.
Bethan Zeidler ran in a hat trick as Loughborough Lightning kept up the pressure at the top two with a gigantic 76-8 victory over Firwood Waterloo Ladies in their 12th win of this season.
Zeidler was clearly one of eight Loughborough try scorers in the first half while they hurried in a powerful 44-3 lead at the rest.
Six tries were scored by the hosts after the period as a quick fire double by Zeidler watched her entire her hat trick, although Firwood secured a consolation late on.
The impressive Clara Nielson started the scoring at the 13th minute before Becky Hughes and Lucy Burgess watched Bristol take a 17-0 lead.
Lauren Leatherland reduced the gap to 12 points but Bristol secured the bonus point before the interval thanks to winger Burgess’ next try.
An Esme Bird score and a minute from Nielson supposed the Bears move up to sixth while Worcester remain rooted to the base of this desk.