CLEE Hill chalked up their biggest win of the season to romp to a 47-0 victory over Midlands Four West (North) visitors Aston Old Edwardians.

And according to acting skipper George Evans, the winning margin could have been even greater had the heavy conditions not hampered the home side.

“That was easily our best performance of the season,” the captain admitted.

“We probably left 20 points out on the pitch.

“When we have all our players available we are a decent side, especially at home.

"Our problem is that we often struggle for a settled side due to other commitments.”

Clee Hill went into the game on the back of two straight defeats but controlled things from the start thanks to their experienced half-back pairing of Charlie Evans at nine and Richard Wozencroft at ten.

Evans was also among the tries, scoring one of the three first half scores with prop Gareth Powell and second row George Edwards grabbing the others while Wozencroft slotted over two of the conversions.

A change of tactic then saw Clee Hill spreading the ball wide after the break and their visitors were unable to keep them in check as the home side ran in four converted tries.

Evans and Powell chalked up their second scores of the game with wingers Billy Hall and Guy Hampton also getting in on the act.

“Our forwards dictated the game in the first half but we also noticed that they didn’t have too much out wide,” the skipper added.

“They had a decent pack – and we’re not the biggest – so we tried to move the ball around and it worked for us.

“We are a young side and it’s good to have experienced players like Charlie and Woozy making the calls.

“We need to repeat that performance at Bloxwich on Saturday and gain some momentum.”

Elsewhere in the division, Church Stretton were without a game and have another free weekend coming up with their next game at home to Market Drayton on February 10.

Bishop’s Castle thrashed Gnosall 57-0, which sets them nicely for they go to Midlands 5 West (North) leaders Greyhound in their next game.

Castle go into the game at Hereford on February 17 two points adrift but their hosts will be looking to avenge a 17-8 defeat when the sides met in October.

Against Gnosall, there were eight different try scorers with skipper Matt Davies bagging a brace in a one-sided encounter.

Also on the scoresheet were Dan Lewis, Gareth Jones, Rich Tennant, Tom Randles, Matt Forster, Phil Oliver and Tom Forster, who also kicked six conversions.