Kings Norton 0, Evesham II 58 pts

EVESHAM were on song again on Saturday when they annihilated their league counterparts Kings Norton with a fine display of running rugby.

A scrummage in the Kings' 22 led to the first try with scrum half Frazer Colley nipping down the blindside to feed winger James Maude who scored in the corner.

The trusty boot of centre Tim Carsberg then added a penalty before a superb phase of running rugby led to the second try from winger Mark Williams.

Moments later, Williams added his second with a similar rampage down the opposite wing and a floated pass from Jim Moulton gave winger Maude space to run in the last try of the first half to make it 27-0.

Five more tries were added to the score board after the restart with No 8 Moulton making countless links between forwards and backs ensuring quick ball to the wings.

On one such move the support wasn't required as he sprinted in for the first try of the second half.

Maude was on hand for the next, receiving the pass from man of the match Moulton, to out pace the cover and score in the corner, Carsberg converted.

A change in pattern led to the seventh try, with the forwards keeping the ball tight to enable flanker Ian Burton to peel from a maul and crash over. Carsberg again converted.

The solid platform provided by the forwards enabled winger Maude to score two more tries for an individual haul of five.