After a scrappy opening brods took controll when fly half Harris Morris
broke from Brods 22,the ball being carried on by Sam Robinson
and Sam Allen
before being recycled and moved down the line,enabling Tom Wildsmith
coming in from fullback to round the defenct for the opening score.
Brods took controll in the loose where Cillain Neal in partiicular excelled.Debutant Henry Wade
also had a promising first game showing good hands in the loose.
A second try came from a lineout stolen from Bees and drived forward by Ben Stringer,who popped a pass to wing Alex west on the 22 who sprinted through a narrow gap on the blind side to dive over.A third try quickly followed after good handling in the backs allowed centre Liam Stapley
to run in.
Bees were now penned back in thier own 22 and from a Morris kick to touch in the corner Allen drove forward,the resulting line out saw Morris dart over himself from close range.
From the restart,further pressure on the Bees in the scrum allowed Neal to steal the ball and breakaway,allowing room for Morris to outsprint the defence and race down the line for another try.
Futher trys followed from Neal and Stapley to make it 47-0 at HT.
The second half continued in much the same vein with Morris getting a try for himself to complete his hat trick and then turning provider as his break led to a try for Robinson.
Neal grabbed a further try after west,first to meet a Morris kick ahead,had created the space.Neal gathered a Stapley kick and scored a fine solo try.
A typical forcing run by Stapley resulted in him powering over for his own personal and the Brods third hat trick of the game.
The last play of the game saw brods forwards again driving the ball forwards with Stringer getting the final try.