Simon Frewin chalked-up four tries as Sandal demolished Waterloo 51-6 to stretch their unbeaten run to 13 games in National 3 North.
The Wakefield side put 51 points onto the scoreboard for the third successive game at Milnthorpe Green and extended their 100 per-cent home record this season.
Winger James Ellar opened the scoring on three minutes and it was one-way traffic from that point on, skipper Greg Wood kicking a penalty and Ellar bagging his second before Frewin raced over for two quick-fire tries.
A penalty from Liam Reeve midway through the half was the highlight for Waterloo, who trailed 25-3 at the break.
Reeve doubled the visitors’ tally with another penalty early in the second half but Sandal’s response was instant and emphatic.
Frewin completed his hat-trick two minutes later and a second-half brace from full-back Tom Coad sandwiched Frewin’s fourth of the afternoon.
Wood’s three conversions after the break brought up the half-century for Sandal who are now only nine points adrift of leaders Chester.
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