Waratah Tigers bounced back from their close defeat last weekend to score at over a point a minute in their convincing win over Hay.
In a game which saw 10 players scoring tries, Kose Lelei, Maile Ngu, Sam Rauluni, Jordan Sila and Ben Vearing all crossed for doubles.
It was always going to be tough for the Hay side who are still yet to secure a victory yet this season and the Tahs took full advantage scoring 26 points with in the first 20 minutes.
The Griffith side maintained their ferocity to head in at half time up 40-0.
They kept their foot on the throat of the Magpies as the scoring continued into the second half.
Tries to Vearing, Maile Ngu, Rauluni and Lelei saw the Tigers cross four times within a dominant 10-minute spell.
Luke Farmer, who had a successful day with the boot kicking 12/15, crossed for the Tahs final try to wrap up the 84-0 win.
The win sees the Tigers remain in the fight for a top three finish sitting just four points behind DPC.