SWANAGE & Wareham completed their Dorset & Wilts One South home fixtures with a dominant 77-17 victory against Bournemouth III.

The league champions ran in 13 tries as they delivered a perfect record from their 10 matches at Bestwall this season.

Swans opened their account inside five minutes when Harry Spyers touched down before Craig Foskett completed a push-over try and Steve Woolley added the conversion.

Bournemouth weathered a spell of pressure until just after the half-hour mark when neat play along Swanage’s three quarters led to Spyers’s second try.

The visitors rallied with a try and a penalty kick to reduce to seven points the half-time deficit.

Kirk Jones touched down shortly after the break, with Woolley adding the extras.

A second converted try from Bournemouth brought them back within striking distance, however, the rest of the match was dominated by Swans.

Joe Desmond forced his way over for a converted try and Spyers crossed the whitewash again for his hat-trick. Zach Wyburgh scored his first try of the season before the prolific Spyers added his fourth score.

Rory Ferguson was next on the scoreboard with a try, while Jones delivered a second converted try. In the closing stages, Lee Hardy, Ferguson and Desmond all added tries to complete the rout.