Maidenhead 70 (28), Weston-Super-Mare 26 (7)
Maidenhead exceeded their own high standards of points scoring at Braywick with a record-breaking first ever league victory at home over Weston-Super-Mare.
They ran in 10 tries, all converted by Ed Keohane, with a fluent, entertaining performance built on ball retention, top-notch handling skills and some average defending from the visitors.
Jaryd Robinson marked his return to the team with an eye-catching effort at fullback, his pace on the counter-attack causing Weston problems all afternoon.
Perry Jansen, starting at scrum-half, produced the telling pass or the incisive break which often set Maids on their way and there was never any shortage of willing runners.
Maids have scored many memorable tries at Braywick this season, but never so many or so memorable in one match as they did to slice open a Weston side who came into the match off the back of four successive wins.
six minutes for Maids to put points
on the board when winger Scott Prince
scored in the corner following a quickly
taken lineout and riposte, and this
advantage was soon doubled when Sam
Hallett made the hard yards following
another swift counterattack It was
21-0 on the half-hour when
flanker Will Cadden got on the end
of a brilliant team move which started
inside Maids' own half.
A try from Ramaz Rokhadze, converted by James Mackay, just before interval left Maids 28-7 ahead and with the bonus point already pocketed.
Weston's half-time plans were blown out of the water inside three minutes of the restart when firstly Prince and then Robinson crossed the whitewash to make it 42-7.
Weston continued to play their commendable style of rugby and bagged a second try on 50 minutes from Matt Watkins,although Mackay missed the conversion.
Centre Alex French and then second row Hallett, for the second time, dotted down for the hosts to which Weston responded with a Mike Hocking try, converted by Mackay, to leave the score 56-19 with 20 minutes remaining.
Cole bagged a try from a driving maul before the non-stop Cadden was again in the right pace to finish off another impressive move involving half a dozen players to record Maids' last and 10th try.
Keohane completed a faultless display of place kicking just before Weston netted a late fourth score from Robbie Mackay, converted by James Mackay, to give the Somerset side a losing bonus point.
The result was the first time this season Maids have won three consecutive matches and pushed them up to fourth in the South West Premier.