STOURBRIDGE steamrollered their way past struggling Blaydon with ruthless efficiency to register a stunning win.

There were worries the visitors would be a tough nut to crack as they are in a relegation dogfight but right from the start they were second best in every department.

With just five minutes gone the overwhelming power of the hosts’ pack gave Nigel Mukarati the first of his three tries with a catch and drive move which proved devastating all afternoon.

Blaydon hit back on 11 minutes with try by Daniel Marshall wide on the right but it was already clear their defence was in for a tough game, not helped by poor clearance kicking, Stour’s pressure through the middle and crisp passing to the wingers.

Ben Tibbetts restored the Stourbridge lead just two minutes later, Robert Forbes converted and the floodgates opened.

Nick David and Nick Murphy added their names to the score sheet and a miserable half for Blaydon was rounded off with a penalty try against them for collapsing a scrum driven into their goal area.

Mukarati had already registered another try to make the score at the break 36-5.

Stour could have said ‘job done’ with the bonus point secured but instead came out all guns blazing.

George Morgan and Forbes charged through tackles to touchdown before Blaydon finally relieved the pressure with a try for Hugh Mongan but it was rare respite.

On the hour the hosts seemed to find another gear and from even inside their own 22 were able to fashion devastating attacks.

Dan Rundle and debutante Hal Riley combined for three more scores (two for Rundle) before Rod Petty joined the party after Mukarati turned provider with an unstoppable charge.

Mukarati completed his treble as Blaydon crumbled, only a slight loss of concentration in defence allowed a consolation converted try for the visitors’ Matt Charlton on 75 minutes.

However the agony was not over, a brace from Niall Gibbons completed the carnage as Blaydon were brushed aside with a final score of 89-17.