Oswestry 66

Port Sunlight 5

Oswestry picked up their second league victory of the season as they welcomed second from bottom side Port Sunlight.

The hosts put on a great show in front of a large crowd at Granville Park, scoring more points than they have managed in any other game so far this season.

It was a good start for Oswestry who found themselves ahead after three minutes when Thomas Cockayne ran in his first of four tries - the try was converted by Noah Chunsi to make it 7-0.

After 10 minutes of further play Mike Mhute went on an individual run making 35 yards beating three players to score a wonderful try. Chunsi was having a good day with the boot and converted the try doubling the Oswestry score to 14 points to nil.

To round off the action in the first half, Mhute broke the will of the visitors who had been attacking well by running almost the entire length of the pitch proving far too fast to be caught to score his second try. Chunsi just missed the difficult conversion and Oswestry went in at half time 19 points up.

Cockayne scored his second try after the break which was converted once again by Chunsi to make it 26-0.

There was a brief period of celebration for Port Sunlight who scored a try of their own but the try was not converted.

Scott Smith made an instant impact after coming on off the bench by running onto a pass from about 20 yards out showing too much power and pace to be stopped to score the fifth Oswestry try. Again, Chunsi converted making the score 33-5.

Nikola Nickolov who had an excellent game in defence went on the attack and ran in a try from 30 yards out. Chunsi converted extending the lead to 40 points.

Oswestry could have been forgiven to step off the gas but to their credit they drove on another Cockayne try making his hat-trick which was converted making the score 47-5.

Cockayne could do no wrong and just after the score he ran a good 50 yards to score his fourth try which was converted by Chunsi to make it 54-5.

The scoring had not finished with Fabrizio Gaito running in a try giving his customary dive over the line and the well-deserved Noah Chunsi managed to score the 10th Oswestry try making the final score 66 points to 5.

Next week Oswestry Firsts have their last home game of the season, with a 3pm kick off against New Brighton.