Beaconsfield crushed Swindon 50-12 on Saturday afternoon as they kept up their respectable campaign in the South West 1 East Division.

Conditions were near perfect when Beaconsfield took on the Wiltshire side for a return league match. The earlier one had resulted in a close win for Swindon on that occasion, 40-36 in early December.

They are a strong team despite their present league position who play well for each other for the full 80 minutes, so the game promised to be eventful. The actual tally of tries was seven with two penalties and conversions, Aled Lewis took three tries and the conversions.

The game started strongly for the visitors who came out of the blocks intent on scoring an early try in the first few minutes, but Beaconsfield were resourceful as ever and kept out the early attacks.

The first half play then shifted round as the home side began to push forward and organise their attacks with both wings causing trouble to the Swindon defence. Beaconsfield were 12-0 up at the interval, keen and focused to extend this score after the break.

In the second half the game saw more free open running rugby from the three quarters and forwards running in five more tries and penalties on what had become a dry and dusty pitch.

The level of play had been perfect for the spectators with Swindon certainly not giving up and indeed came away with two tries of their own and one conversion for their persistent efforts in the second half of the game.

Next week Beaconsfield travel to Trowbridge for their last away game (2.30pm), followed with a match at home to Wimborne for the final game of the season.