ST NEOTS signed off their invincible season in style, crushing Thorney at the Common on Saturday. With the league title already won, Saints still put in a great performance to score 10 tries and demolish the visitors in front of their largest crowd of the season, including Huntingdonshire MP Jonathon Djanogly. Scrum-half Charlie Usher was the link between Saints' forwards and Adam Porter created the gaps as fly half. Winger Adam Hanley, who was uncertain about being able to play earlier in the week, opened the scoring and quickly completed his hat-trick within 10 minutes of the start and added two more before the end of the game. Opposite winger Sam Peel also scored two as Thorney could not contain the hosts. Luke Warburton and Ross Wooding completed the scoring, Warburton got a brace of tries and Wooding was on hand for the conversions. The visitors had a consolation at the end of the first half, Saints conceding a quickly taken penalty that was squeezed across the line.