CAMBORNE'S run of good results ended on their long away trip to Leicestershire with a crushing defeat at the hands of a rampant Loughborough.

The Cherry and Whites could not contain the home side as they took advantage of the conditions and their artificial surface with a free-running game that brought them six tries in each half.

The encounter was effectively over by halftime as the Students ran up a 42-13 interval lead courtesy of six converted scores.

A shell-shocked Camborne were restricted to a solitary try dotted down by centre George Edson improved by Aaron Simmonds who also landed a brace of drop goals.

The second half followed a similar fashion with Camborne’s efforts to get back into the game hampered by yellow cards which allowed the Students even more space to exploit through their pacy threequarters.

‘Town’ put points on the board through touchdowns from flanker Jordan Nicholls and hooker Ben Priddey with fly-half Simmonds adding a conversion.

Late on the Students added further gloss to their victory with two more tries to send Camborne home well-beaten.

The Cherry and Whites will look to bounce back this weekend when Exeter University visits the Recreation Ground kicking off at 2pm.