Adam Ford led the romp with four of Barrow Islands 12 tries as the Rating Lane side maintained top spot in division two of the National Conference.

Island were untouchable as they defeated bottom of the table Dudley Hill 64-6.

Ford opened the scoring on two minutes with a try soon followed by Ian Irvine courtesy of a neat Blain Marwood break, Max Moore converting 10-0.

Ford soon added a second prior to Moore racing through and though he stumbled, got back on his feet to dot the ball down.

Marwood and Moore then combined to send Brandon Corrie over for Sam Jones to close the half at 24-0.

Ford completed his hat-trick early in the second half, Jones adding the goal after The Hill had crossed for a converted try 30-6.

Ford his fourth and Jones goal made it 36-6 and the tries kept flowing through Joe Spencely a fine brace, both from forty-five yards out.

Jones added one goal before himself racing in from 49 yards, he also tagged on the goal 52-6.

Aide Wright then paved the way for Corrie to score, Jones converting 58-6 and to round off their scoring flying winger Aide Wright raced in from forty yards and slotted over the conversion 64-6.

At Devonshire Road, Millom won the Cumbrian derby game with Hensingham 30-18 after leading at the break 18-12.

Tries for the Woolybacks came from Hadley Thompson, Jonty Peters, Johnathan Hodgson, Ethan Kelly, and Rio McQuistan with five goals from the boot of Jack Newbiggin.