BARNSTAPLE Colts had the game at South Molton wrapped up before half time and went on to win 50-3.

Lewis Goss made the first break in the back line with a well-worked move that sent him running 50 metres to score.

Good continuity play sent ex-South Molton player Peter Keighley over under the posts.

Calum Sumners popped a ball short to fly-half Scott Warren, who smashed through the South Molton open-side flanker to go over unopposed.

Man of the match Sumners started and finished the next try after good work by Matt Gohl, dummying in under the posts.

An Alex Priest break followed by a kick through produced a try for Charlie Bishop on the end of a bobbling ball. Reece Stacey, another South Molton old boy, made it 36-3 at half time.

South Molton closed the game down for a while in the second half by keeping the ball close to their forwards. Barnstaple’s high penalty count helped.

When Barum did get their hands on the ball again Keighley scored. The final try went to Sumners after some good pressure from Will Falkiner in the scrum. Lewis Goss added four conversions and Scott Warren one.

Good performances without reward were put in by James Hack, Matt Phillips and Priest.