Nick Verdier from The Rugby Paper picks his team of the week and it features our Elliot!
1. Robin Hislop (Rotherham) – Lead by Hislop, the Titans front row tore the Jersey scrum apart at the start of the second half which initiated a fine comeback and a win on the road.
2. Neil Sweeney (Esher) – Perfect at the line out and with a try either side of half-time, Sweeney sent Esher on their way to the narrowest of wins against Fylde.
3. Elliot Booley (Cinderford) – The Stags had to go back to basics to claim their first win of the season which meant a big shift from Booley at tighthead to make sure the scrum was solid. Job done.
4. Jamie Redmayne (Worthing) – It has not been the best of start for Worthing but Redmayne’s early try and his work at the breakdown meant they could sustain a hat-trick from the opposition winger and still win on the road.
5. Ian Evans (Bristol) – The Lions lock was dominant in the engine room as the Bristol pack outclassed London Scottish.
6. Joe Bercis (Ampthill) – A fine afternoon for the flanker with one try to kick off proceedings against Birmingham and another late on to definitely wrap up Ampthills fourth consecutive bonus-point win of the season.
7. Jack Preece (Rotherham) – Jersey had nowhere to go with Preece’s imperious display at the breakdown. A nightmare to handle in the island which meant an important win for the Titans.
8. Nick Fenton-Wells (Bedford) – The Blues struggled so far this season so the captain decided to step up and inspire his side to victory down in Plymouth.
9. Tom Kessell (Cornish Pirates) – The Pirates were winless at the start of the weekend like the Blues but, with his brace, Kessell made sure they were up and running.
10. Matthew Morgan (Bristol) – Another Welshman shone with Bristol last weekend. Morgan set up two of his sides six tries and slotted all the conversions. A fine evening at Ashton Gate for the young flyer.
11. Tom Varndell (Wasps) – The Wasps winger said it in TRP, he will keep scoring to avoid getting dropped again. Premiership try No.78 and 79 against Newcastle, the records book is near.
12. Shane Geraghty (London Irish) – The former boy-wonder seems to have matured massively over the past two seasons. Hes bossing the Exiles on the park and his kicking is doing wonders. 17 points from the tee at Welford Road!
13. Ryan Jeffrey (Dorking) – Lydney had no answer to the former Leeds University flyer. Two tries on a fine afternoon to continue his good start to the season for the new boys in National League Two South.
14. Tom Biggs (Worcester) – Old legs, same class! The blond-haired former Bath flyer proved hes still got it with a fine hat-trick against Nottingham last Saturday.
15. Dougie Flockhart (Doncaster) – The Knights are making big waves for their return to the Championship and the Player-of-the-Month nominee is not stranger to that. Another brilliant display for the full-back in the derby at Yorkshire Carnegie with one try, two penalties and three conversions.