Uxbridge ended the season in stunning fashion with a 14 try, 80-0 demolition of hapless Mill Hill.
They landed seven tries in each half to rack up their biggest winning margin of the campaign.
Full back James Hillard, returning from injury, scored the first which was converted by Michael Weymouth. The floodgates opened with Weymouth converting scrum half Mark Wilson's score before Owen Donnelley (unconverted) crossed from an overthrown line-out.
Good work between prop Lewis Edwards and Richard Mulligan saw number eight off-load to Weymouth for the fourth (unconverted) before tries from centres Steve Reid and Simon Batts and wing Tony Bailey, with Weymouth adding one conversion, taking the half time score to 41-0.
Skipper Mark Mason had a try disallowed for a knock-on as the onslaught continued after the break but, from the resulting scrum, Uxbridge won the ball against the head and drove forward for Mulligan to dive over the line.
Donnelley grabbed his second try before second row Dan Pitkin scored quick-fire brace, which were both converted by Weymouth.
Simon Batts and Bailey got their second tries before replacement Darren Curle capped off a dominant team performance with the 14th and final score.