TEN-TRY Tenbury produced a dominant display to put their cup heartache behind them and crush Harbury 64-7 in Midlands Four West South.

Playing their first game since the Midlands Junior Vase semi-final defeat at Clee Hill a fortnight earlier, Tenbury scored six tries in the first half and four after the break.

Luke Gill gave them the perfect start, sprinting from his own half to score a great individual try, but Harbury levelled the scores after Tenbury lost the ball in their own 22.

That would prove to be the visitors’ only score as, helped by a ten-minute spell when Harbury were reduced to 14 men by a yellow card, Tenbury ran in five more tries before the interval.

Gill scored twice more to complete a first-half hat-trick, while Ben Spires, Zac Thompson and Claude Celton also crossed, Thompson adding four conversions to make the half-time score 38-7.

The one-way traffic continued in the second half as Spires, Sam Thompson, skipper Ben James and Joe Partridge rounded off the scoring, with Zac Thompson adding three second-half conversions.

Delighted director of rugby Andy Black said: “Following the cup disappointment and the break it was important to get a win under our belt and to play some good rugby.”

Tenbury remain seventh in the table but will climb to fifth if they win the reverse fixture at Harbury this Saturday.

Clee Hill stayed second in Midlands Four West North with a 39-19 win at Warley and will go top if they win the reverse fixture at home this Saturday – one of two games in hand on leaders Aldridge.

Cleobury Mortimer lost 26-19 to Harborne in Midlands Three West North despite tries from Harry Parker and Tom Leach while Bishops Castle & Onny Valley lost 23-10 at home to Chaddesley Corbett in Midlands Five.