Bideford blew Bridgwater away at King George V during a wind-assisted second half, winning 55-24.Bideford only trailed 17-13 at the break in the teeth of the gale and felt they had a chance of winning from there. What Bideford hadnt banked on was scoring six tries all converted by Olly Wickett to win quite so convincingly. The home side got the first points of the day through Dean Folland. But back-to-back tries for Rob Allen and Rob Thompson were converted by Chris Ashwin to put Bridgwater 14-5 up. Wickett kicked a penalty, only for Bridgwater to forge ahead with another Ashwin try. The fly-half tapped and went from a penalty to slide in for a try before half-time. James Buckland started the second-half proceedings, followed by a debut try for Alex Priest. Ollie Dunn got a try back for the visitors, but that was as close as they got. Bideford added further tries through Callum Sumner, Will Copp, Wickett and a penalty try to wrap it all up. Bideford are away to third-placed Newent this Saturday in their penultimate road trip in South West One.