This performance was all the more encouraging as the whole team began to gel as a unit.
Chess Valley proved to be a powerful strong forward unit and responded to Fullers early try with one of their own.
Fullers quickly identified that the Chess team were found wanting for pace.
Quick hands through the backs exposed them and allowed the wings to have the space to operate.
David Wood and Ollie Jimminson both scored a brace of tries as did the ever present Harry Hawley who rubbed salt into the Chess wounds by celebrating his second try (Chris Ashton style)10 metres before crossing the line under the posts.
Finlay Ansell picked the pocket of his opposite number close the Chess line to score completing a good morning’s work by him.
Fullers continued to press home their advantage with the best team try of the match. The forwards harried and chased the Chess defence and with excellent supporting play wrestled control of the ball. Quick hands were again the order of the day and Matt Long sprinted clear to dive over to complete what was now becoming a rout. Roberto Boni and Matt Long shared the kicking duties each with three successful conversions.
Chess gained a consolation try at the end of the match but the Fullers team had already played their part in this resounding victory.
Squad; Evan Powell, Nathan Horsley, Connor Fitzgerald, Finlay Ansell, Fraser Burrow, Jonny Waller, Harry Hawley, Adam Woolf, Joe Higgins, Rhys Howlett, Charlie Fern, Luke Yeoman, Harry Bugeja, Matt Long, William Arkill, David Wood, Connor McCarthy (Capt), Toby Cozins, David Beddall
, Roberto Boni, Ollie Jimminson
Tries - H Hawley (2), D Wood (2), O Jimminson (2), F Ansell (1), M Long (1)
Conversions – M Long (3), R Boni (3).