TROWBRIDGE continue to conquer all before them as they ran in 10 tries during their victory over Yeovil.

The 67-24 home win takes the men in blue to second in the Southern Counties South, making their slow start to the season seem like a distant memory.

The Doric Park high-fliers, who have now won five in a row, toppled local rivals Corsham in their previous outing after sweeping aside Walcot, Swindon College Old Boys and Swanage & Wareham.

They now head to rock-bottom Blandford on Saturday in daunting form, with coach Dan Jeffries’ summer recruitment drive having neatly kicked into gear.

Jeffries said: “It was another really, really good performance.

“We started well and the forwards grew into their own and we clicked out wide and had the firepower.

“They had won their previous game and turned up clearly wanting to get something from the game but our defensive ability to absorb pressure and put the pressure back on them really told. It was a key factor in the game.”

The summer recruits that have clicked into gear include James Macfarlane, who has moved into the centre and pulled the heart of the side together after a few years away from the club.

The back row in particular is in steely form after Jeffries’ summer additions. Yeovil were put to the sword on Saturday as Wade Loftus scored a try which was converted by Tom Weaver.

Weaver then scored a penalty before another try from Ashley Chalk, while James MacFarlane ran in a brace - converted by Weaver.

A try by Connor James was followed by Weaver with another successful kick before Craig Thompson then scored, with the conversion by Weaver.

McFarlane scored again with the conversion by Weaver, Shai Bonnick then added his name to the try-scorers before Loftus’s second contribution was converted by Weaver with Max Day rounding off the scoring.

Jeffries hailed Thompson’s contribution as the try of the season so far, coming after a move where every Trowbridge player touched the ball.

The Wiltshire outfit now travel to rock-bottom Blandford tomorrow.

Corsham team boss Tim Draper admitted relief was his primary emotion as his side’s see-saw recent form continued with a 10-3 victory at Bath side Walcot.

A try from Liam Snape plus conversion and penalty by Matt Draper proved enough to secure the Lacock Road men the four points.

Draper said: “It was a good result and we were pleased to get another win away from home but it was a frustrating game from our perspective.

“It wasn’t a great performance and we handicapped ourselves by making unforced errors throughout the 80 minutes. It was one of those games where you can’t get going and are relieved to get the points.’’