London North West Two
Hammersmith & Fulham 44-3 Staines
Hammers got the revenge on Saturday they so dearly craved.
Beaten earlier in the season in the reverse fixture, they squeezed every last drop out of an emphatic win at Hurlingham Park.
They were out of the blocks early to touch down, and even though Staines hit back with a penalty - it was their only score of the afternoon as the home side dominated.
Hammers' second score came from a textbook Henry Tanner interception in his own half, for the wing to run away to score under the posts.
The real performance though of the afternoon was to come from Hammers' pack. Staines had a sizeable pack and had in the previous game asserted their dominance at the scrum. But it was to be the west Londoners who asserted their dominance.
Taking the option of a five-metre scrum at a penalty the H&F pack marched Staines backwards and before a hand could ground the ball, the referee was under the sticks awarding a penalty try to give the Hammers their fourth try for a bonus point.
Fly-half Si Doherty and fullback Neil McClure both kicked superbly out of hand and with turnovers at scrums on almost every occasion as the points piled up.
Captain James Smart was delighted with the performance.
He added: "It was a great win against a really strong team and will hopefully get out season back on track after some wobbly league form."