MALVERN ran in eight tries as they secured a 56-24 victory over Kenilworth in Midlands Two West (South) at the weekend.
Early pressure rewarded Malvern with a penalty which was converted by Rob Cook before Tom Hale got the game’s opening try, with Cook kicking the extras.
George Parsons was next to go over for the hosts, again Cook converted as Malvern stretched their lead.
Kenilworth hit back with a try of their own but Malvern took a 24-5 half-time lead, thanks to a try from Glen Potter and another conversion by Cook.
After the break Malvern extended their advantage to 38-5 as Hale went over for his second try, with the reliable Cook kicking the extras.
Hale then completed his hat-trick after touching down in the corner before grabbing his fourth of the day not long after.
Ben King kicked the conversion.
Adam Dixon claimed the final try of the day for Malvern, with King adding the extras.
But Kenilworth never gave up and were rewarded with a try of their own.
The visitors then scored from a penalty before picking up a try bonus point just before the final whistle.
Malvern travel to Leamington tomorrow (Saturday).