Wimborne RFC continue march to the top with 77-0 win over Walcot
Wimborne Rugby Club continued their dominance in Southern Counties South with a thumping 77-0 win over Walcot.
The Minstermen ran home with thirteen tries as they eased to victory at Leigh Park.
Two tries apiece from Steve King, Alex Priest and Tom Moysey helped the Dorset side continue their march up the league table after clinching the Dorset and Wiltshire Cup last weekend.
Matt Warwick opened the scoring in the first minute after Wimborne quickly retained possession and a quick passing move allowed the lock to power over the line.
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It didn't take long for Any Unwin to find Wimborne's second try, before Steve King added Wimborne's third score half way through the first half.
Scott Maidment, Jim Brokenshire and Alex Priest added further tries to end the game as a contest before half time.
The Dorset side's relentless pressure didn't stop after the break, as Jamie Tryska went over - then Moysey scored a fantastic solo try, before scored his second try mid-way through the second half.
Even when Walcot did threaten the Wimborne line, a turnover resulted in another try for the Dorset club as King ran half the length of the field as the home team turned on the style.
Wimborne continued the charge with late tries from Sam St Marbe and Rob Best, as Walcot failed to get on the board.
Also in Southern Counties South, Sherborne continued their dominance at the top of the table with a thumping 73-9 win at Oakmedians, whle Dorcester lost 48-0 against Trowbridge.
Weymouth didn't let last weekend's cup final disappointment get the better of them as they beat Corsham 35-12.