Scarborough put Salem to the sword at Silver Royd

Ben Martin collects a line-out in Scarborough's win. Picture by Dave Campbell.

Scarborough RUFC bounced back from last week's defeat at York running in seven tries against Bradford Salem at Silver Royd this afternoon.

The Seasiders set off at a canter and following an early Tom Harrison penalty ran in four first-half tries without reply to clinch a bonus point and lead 29-0 at half-time.

Starting for the first time, Euan Govier scored just after the break to match brother Drew's first-half touchdown with Harrison converting for 36-0.

A further try from substitute Mikey Readman stretched the lead to 41-0 before Salem replied with a couple of late converted efforts.

Full-back Jonty Holloway scored with the last move of the game for a resounding 48-14 Scarborough win.

Half-Brothers Harry Domett and Sam Dawson bagged a first half try apiece in front of their dad Duncan, who was visiting from New Zealand.

READ DAVE CAMPBELL'S FULL REPORT AND PICTURES FROM STEVE LILLY IN THURSDAY'S SCARBOROUGH NEWS.

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