REDINGENSIANS Rams produced one of their best displays of the season so far to thrash Tonbridge Juddians 47-24 and climb to seventh in the National Two South table, writes Richard Ashton.

This visitors made a perfect start as Conor Corrigan worked his way over in the corner for a third-minute try, albeit Tom Humberstone was unable to add the extras.

The power of the Gensians forwards has been evident in the opening six weeks of the season, and their scrum recorded yet another penalty try shortly after as they moved into a 10-0 lead.

A fabulous line break from Oli Cole just after the half hour mark allowed Steve Bryant to cross for Rams’ third try, and with Humberstone converting, the visitors led 17-0 at the interval.

The try bonus-point was secured early in the second half as Ollie Taylor burst through before the ball found its way to Tom Vooght who dotted down.

Humberstone’s conversion made it 24-0, and Jordan Souter then scored a stunning try as he beat four men before crossing the whitewash.

The home side hit back with 17 unanswered points before Rams re-established their authority, Jak Rossiter collecting their sixth try in the 74th minute.

Their final score came almost immediately and was set up by a fine Craig Nightingale break, the ball then going to Vooght and lastly Souter to score his second try of the afternoon.

Tonbridge refused to give up, though, and earned themselves a try bonus-point with an injury-time effort which was converted as time ran out.

Redingensians will be hoping to record back-to-back wins when lowly Broadstreet – with only one victory in six and winless on the road – visit Old Bath Road on Saturday (3pm).