Gosport & Fareham were put to the sword by London two south west leaders Camberley at Gosport Park on Saturday.
The hosts had the consolation of scoring three good tries – two from full-back Rory Penfold and one from Wayne Dugan.
But while Dugan added two conversions, Gosport & Fareham lost 55-19.
‘We didn’t start very well and the game was effectively over by half-time,’ said head coach Barry Bridgman.
‘Rory Penfold scored a cracking try and if we could have got more ball defensively they looked quite frail.
‘Basically, though, they had a big pack that kept recycling the ball.’
Fareham Heathens notched their third Hampshire one win of the season by beating Alresford 34-12 at Cams Alders.
Jashan Solanki finished off a smart move down the left before Ricky Curtis powered over to add a second.
Alresford launched a fightback to level at 12-12 before Heathens regained the initiative before half-time.
Scrum-half Dan Lee sniped in for a try before winger John Cole outstripped the defence from 80 metres to give Heathens a 22-12 lead.
In the second half, Rob Impey and Inia Qiolevu added further scores.
Cameron Guthrie, playing his first game since spending a year in Australia and Thailand, pulled off a great try-saving tackle to deny Alresford a bonus point.
Locks Heath Pumas stormed to the top of Hampshire two by beating Fawley 17-12 at Brookfield School.
The Pumas came out on top in a tough physical battle on a sticky muddy pitch.
‘It was not pretty but the boys did themselves proud, ‘ said chairman George Winch.
‘We are now top with a game in hand.
‘We must focus on the intensity needed to finish the rest of the season in style.’
Winger Gus Flack scored two early tries – one converted by Robbie Connell.
Fawley hit back with a try but Robson Kashori gave the hosts a 17-5 interval lead.
The visitors grabbed the only score of the second period but the Pumas held on in a nervy finish.