Camborne recorded a 4th successive win in some style comprehensively defeating Dudley Kingswinford on their trip to the Midlands for the battle of last season’s promoted clubs, writes Martin Symons. 

The Cherry & Whites now go into the two-week season break having made very satisfactory progress to date and sitting in 4th place in the National Two West table.

Camborne made several changes to their starting three-quarter line with former England Under 18s centre George Edson coming in for his full debut and the youngster responded with a man-of-the-match display.

Camborne started strongly bagging an early try through industrious lock Jack Heazelton which was duly improved by Dec Simmonds.

Midway through the half the visitors stretched the lead when Edson went over for an unconverted score.

The home side could not exert any telling pressure and before half time ‘Town’ increased the advantage to nineteen points when left wing Alex Ducker crossed for full back Simmonds to convert.

Immediately after the interval the Cherry & Whites bagged the bonus point score through young flanker Jago Sheppard.

Soon after Camborne went out of sight at 0-31 when flanker Jordan Nicholls touched down and Simmonds added the extras.

Finally after more than an hour’s play Dudley managed to open their account with a converted try but Camborne were not to be denied in the final quarter.

Near the end the well beaten home side gained some consolation with a further try which was also converted.