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.