A RUTHLESS display by Luctonians saw them score seven tries with no response against Blaydon.

Ryan Watkins' side dominated throughout and began their onslaught on the second minute when a driving maul saw Aiden Cheshire over the line with Louis Silver adding the extras for 7-0 lead.

At this stage the home side looked like they would score on every trip to the Blaydon 22 and it was no surprise when Connor Deignan barged his way over after seven minutes, Silver again converting for an early 14-0 lead.

Lucs were a player down when Oscar Rowley was carded for a technical infringement, but they continued to dominate. And from a driving maul they were awarded a penalty try when Blaydon’s Alex Dodds was judged to have dragged down a driving maul in the red zone and subsequently received a yellow card for his efforts.

Blaydon suffered from injuries throughout and it was no surprise that the game went to un-contested scrums for seven minutes before half-time with Blaydon unable to field a front row, half time seeing the home side lead 21-0.

Blaydon started brightly at the beginning of the second half, but they had no answers to a buoyant Luctonians who ran amok in the second half adding four more tries.

Ben Link was driven over after 50 minutes, and debutant Will Pearson ran in to score seven minutes later, neither try converted.

Charlie Grimes try was the score of the game when he crossed the whitewash following a flowing passing move across the full pitch nine minutes later.

Blaydon continued to struggle and with injuries the game eventually lasted well over the 80 minutes.

Owien Harriott-Davis added the final Lucs try when he stretched to touch down on 69 minutes, Tom Jones converting for the final score of 43-0.

Brad Smith for Lucs received a late yellow for a technical infringement which was appropriated as the game was over and neither side needed the extra minutes as the clock ran over to best part of 100 minutes.

Luctonians have now won six out of their last eight games, and travel next week full of confidence to fifth placed Fylde who they beat earlier in the season.