BRADFORD on Avon are back on the top of the Dorset & Wilts One North table after they swamped hosts Supermarine 65-0 on Saturday.

The visitors had gone more than a month without a fixture and head coach Dave George admitted his men were itching for a run-out as they put the home side to the sword.

Murray Dewar, Josh Felix - playing at number eight - and centre Tom Arthur each scored a brace of tries, while wing Vaughan Conybear, full-back Tom Park, back row Rufus Faulkner-Lee and fly-half Sam Jones all touched down.

Jones and Felix also added three conversions apiece while Felix booted a penalty.

George said: "After four or five weeks without a game, I think the players were a little stir-crazy and they stuck to what they had to do really well.

"We've got Minety this weekend and then (second-placed) Combe Down to come so it's a big spell of the season.''

Melksham's home clash with Swindon 2nd turned into a 'try-fest' with the home side running in 11 to their opponents' one.

Nick Suter charged in and scored the opening try and 10 minutes later, a juggled pass was shipped to Ben Smith to see him score his first of the season, Adam Davies adding the conversion.

Full-back Matt Glover collected the ball and showed his pace and strength to close the half with another score.

Glover was again straight into the action after the break, scoring his second and securing the bonus point, Davies adding the extras.

Winger Luke Cador was next to touch down in the corner and as Melksham gained confidence, two power-driven tries from the pack, from Alex Cox and Matt Plumb followed, Davies' conversion adding to the tally.

With Swindon down to 14 men through a yellow card, Melksham punished the tiring visitors with two tries from Cador completing his hat-trick, Davies converting once.

Swindon rallied with a converted score, but Smith and Kieran Jenkins added further Melksham touchdowns.

Warminster slipped up 15-7 against Combe Down.