Scarborough swept aside the challenge of visitors North Ribblesdale, running in nine tries without reply at Silver Royd.
The Seasiders opened the scoring with a penalty from skipper Tom Ratcliffe before running in a couple of tries, one converted, in a lethargic first-half performance which nevertheless saw them lead 15-3 at the break, fly-half Michael Thwaite having landing a penalty for the visitors.
A try within a minute of the re-start got the second-half ball rolling as coach Lee Douglas’ charges took control and scored seven touchdowns without reply including a brace apiece for winger Graeme Jeffrey and prop Wesley Langkilde.
A convincing second half performance was rewarded with their biggest win of the season and a bonus point which sees the Silver Royd club move up to fifth in Yorkshire One and avenge a big 42-21 defeat at North Ribblesdale earlier in the season.
FULL REPORT BY JAKE MENSAH & DAVE CAMPBELL AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANDY STANDING IN THURSDAY’S SCARBOROUGH NEWS