ST NEOTS III dominated Cambourne Exiles and walked away comfortable winners. They fielded their strongest team since November, and fullback Adam Hanley ran the kick off ball for the day's first try, that was duly converted by outside half Lewis Hall. The visitors were soon camped in the Cambourne half and powerful play saw Johnny Mo score their second try. Phil Bush came on for his senior debut and was quick to set up Hanley for his second try. The hosts began to fight back and an intercepted pass was soon turned into their first try. They pushed forward but some clever play from fly half Hall and inside centre Tommy McColin saw Hanley run in his hat-trick. Saints again took control of the game and powered up the pitch, with Mo getting his second and Hall bagging a third conversion for a commanding lead at the break. The second half started in a similar fashion, with winger Bush setting up McColin for his first try to which the hosts soon replied with their second. Paul Warmington then led a drive up the pitch and Joel Atkins surged over the line for another St Neots try. The hosts again fought back and got their third try from a Saints' mistake, but eager to maintain momentum Bush passed for McColin to cross for the charging Mo to complete his hat-trick. Scrum half Nigel Samm then passed for McColin to break two tackles and combine with Bush to set up Hanley for his fourth. Simon Plumbly and Pete Arnold completed the rout with another Hall conversion.