The six tries came from six different players with Lewis Ryan, Jonathan Gough, Richard
Lloyd and Dan Davies crossing in the first half and Nathan Ellis and Dale Stuckey following in the second.
Bwl hit their rivals for six thanks to touchdowns from Lewis Ryan, Jonathan Gough, Richard
Lloyd, Dafydd Davies, Nathan Ellis and Dale Stuckey, while Greg Rees added two conversions.
Lee Gough, Richard
Brown, Sean Dowdall, Paul Szewczyk and Aaron Farrell are all ruled out.
John Monkman (RBS), Brad Quinn, Tony Silvock (RBS), Glen Jones, David Tucker, Chris Hyde (RBS)' Stephen Craile, Michael Ellwood (RBS), Martyn Pilley, Robin Porter (RBS)' Pete Williams, Carolyn O'Brien (RBS), Leon Rowley' Graham Smith, Richard Phillpot, Mark Sorell (RBS), Keith Webb (RBS), Penny Clarke (RBS)' David Hastings (RBS), Keith Crutchley (RBS), Richard Gordall, Simon Hill' Steve Merchant (Euro Sales Finance), Alex Toso, Pete Williams, Chris Jones (RBS)' Arun Chauhan, Rick Tasker (RBS), Nigel Gough, Richard
Lee, David Whitehouse Pictures, ROLAND ROWLEY
And guys like James Anderson, Darren Gough, Richard
Johnson and Anthony McGrath who performed so well in the one-dayers recently will be nice and sharp and fired up.
With Michael Redgrave, Michael Gough, Richard
Gibson, Simon Hume-Kendall, Roger Lloyd Pack and Amaryllis Garnett.
Two kids certain to grow up liking the game are Andrew and Jamie Gough, Richard
Neil Frankland, David Clutterbuck (guest speaker) and David Richards.; Madeleine Reaves with guest speaker David Clutterbuck and Derek Inman.; Peter Rogers, Simon Gough, Richard
Lees and Phil Whitby.; Tracy Gates, Cynthia Corby, Peter Gallimore and Joy Stefanicki.