A rampant Ribb ran in eight unanswered tries against a limited Leeds Corinthians side, who are struggling near the foot of the division.

Despite a couple of improved results recently, the visitors couldn't deal with the pace and flair of Ribbs' young guns, as they proved too much for them.

The hosts opened the scoring with a spectacular try after five minutes. A slick passing move involving Freddy Spensley, Callum Mathew, Andy Thwaite and finally skipper Alex Dew saw a fantastic try wide out converted by Tom Davidson, who kicked seven out of seven conversions before taking a well earned rest with twenty minutes to play.

The next try was almost a carbon copy of the first with young centre Callum Mathew next on the scoresheet.

After twenty five minutes speedy full back Ben Coultherd scored an outstanding individual try. He gathered the ball in his own 22, as he sidestepped the onrushing visitors then coolly chipped the ball over the rest, regather it and out pace, a now weary Corinthians defence, for a fine score.

Not to be outdone the forwards on the stroke of the interval pushed Corinthians over to show it's not just the classy backs that are on top of their game. Skipper Dew getting his second touchdown, as did centre Callum Mathew for an interval score of 35 - 0

Ribb made some changes for the second half to protect some key players. With a long injury list, this was a savvy move by the team management which will hopefully bear fruit in the coming weeks.

Effervescent hooker Elliot Marklew was in support of another fine move for the sixth try, then skipper Alex Dew who was a thorn in the visitors side all afternoon scored his third, and, at the final whistle another pushover to demonstrate the teams dominance in all facets of play gave the skipper his fourth of the game.

Overall, it was a very pleasing display and leaves Ribb still at the top with four games left. Full Back Ben Coultherd gave another MOTM performance but there were plenty of contenders in Sam Smith, Alex Dew, Oliver Drew and Jack Hutchinson prominent throughout the side in an emphatic victory.

Next up is an away trip to Yarnbury on March 2 (3pm), who sit in third place, and will be desperate to put themselves back into promotion contention.