Doncaster Knights 19 London Scottish 10

Tyson Lewis looks for a way through the London Scottish defence.
Tyson Lewis looks for a way through the London Scottish defence.

Doncaster Knights came from behind to claim their fourth successive Greene King IPA Championship win at Castle Park when beating London Scottish 19-10.

Third-placed Knights, who lost fly-half Ollie Bryant (groin) after 20 minutes, had to settle for a brace of Dougie Flockhart penalties when trailing Scottish 10-6 at half time.

Having struggled against the Exiles’ kicking game, Knights finally began to impose themselves on the game in the second half and leading try-scorer Latu Makaafi celebrated his return to the starting line-up when touching down from a catch-and-drive routine on 66 minutes.

Flockhart added the extras and also added a brace of penalties to kill off any comeback hopes the Exiles entertained.