Burntwood U15s turned in another good performance to achieve a well-deserved win at home to Aston Old Edwardians by 38-12.
The sides looked well-matched for the opening 10 minutes but once Callum Grundy went in for the first of what turned out to be a hat trick of tries the flood gates opened.
His second came after a big effort from Jamie Sedgewick who made 25 metres through heavy traffic to pave the way for Grundy.
The home defence was left flat footed shortly after by an Old Eds winger who touched down for an easily converted try.
Burntwood’s third try came from Ben Tranter. He collected a pass from Grundy near half way and his pace did the rest all the way to the posts. Charlie Liggins converted for a half time lead of 17-7.
In the second period Sean Southall scored his second try in as many games and Grundy added his third. The final try came from skipper Liam Baker after a ruck in the AOE 22. Liggins converted all three second half tries whilst AOE rounded things off with a late consolation.