Tabard were in rampant form as they ran in nine tries to secure a 51-9 victory over Old Verulamians on Saturday.

After a winless run of form, the success over OVs will have come as a relief for Tabard as they made a lively start to put their hosts on the back foot.

It took them eight minutes to take the lead when Aaron Priscott went over and put his side 5-0 up as the conversion was missed.

Verulamians responded with a penalty before Aled Davies jinked his way through and Jack Reilly added the extras to make it 12-3.

Two more penalties kept Verulamians in the game, but Tabard remained in control as Charlie Sandison scored twice to give the visitors a commanding 24-9 lead at half-time.

Tabard's control of proceedings continued after the restart as they pulled away from a Verulamians side which struggled to compete.

Priscott took centre-stage in the second period as he scored three more tries to take his tally for the game to four and make him the standout player from a excellent team performance.

Deni Olashore and George Hurford also went over the add to Priscott's efforts and give Tabard the most resounding of victories.

The win leaves Tabard sixth in the London Three North West London and South East Division table after three games this season.

They will look to pick up their second win of the campaign when they take on top of the table London Welsh on home soil tomorrow afternoon.