The Darlington Point-Coleambally Roosters have signalled a warning to the rest of the Group 20 first grade competition with a 13 tries to two win over the Hay Magpies on Sunday.
The end scoreline finished at 74-10 with a number of Roosters amongst the points.
In the point-scoring department, none were better than Jordan Tansey who racked up 34 points on his own.
Those points came from a hat-trick of tries along with 11 goals.
Backrower Matthew Kelly went one better than Tansey in scoring four tries from his edge.
Winger David Charles scored his second hat-trick in as many matches to take his yearly tally to six and looks to be one of the leading competitors to claim the most tries for the year.
The other three try-scorers for Darlington Point-Coleambally were Luke Hogan, Drew Hopwood and Kyle Charles who all scored a try apiece.
Hay coach Harley Hey led from the front to bag a try for his side while Brandon Atkinson also crossed the paint for a four-pointer for the Magpies.
Mitchell Mijok scored the lone goal for the Magpies.
The win gives DPC a perfect record after two rounds with a win over the Black and Whites the previous match.
The DPC Roosters will now have a week off with the bye next round.
The Magpies will host their first home game of the season when they take on Leeton next Sunday.
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