GREENOCK Wanderers stormed to brilliant bonus point victory with a demolition job on Perthshire at Fort Matilda on Saturday.

The 34-6 trouncing meant that the home side recorded back-to-back wins after a last gasp victory away to Murrayfield Wanderers the previous weekend.

Greenock were ahead after just two minutes, with stand-off Harrison finishing off a great move by the backs to touch down in the corner and his try was duly converted by the trusty boot of McDaid.

Wanderers thereafter conceded two penalties which allowed Perthshire to come within a point at 7-6, but this would be visitors' only scores of the game.

The second half started positively for the home side with two penalties from McDaid extending their lead to 13-6.

Greenock winger Baxter was sent to the sin bin, followed shortly afterwards by a Perthshire forward.

Tyley thereafter finished off a forwards surge to the visitors 22 by scoring under the posts to make the score 20-6.

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Graham came on for Love in the forwards for the home side and quickly made his mark with a thunderous run through the visitors disorganised rear guard to haul Wanderers yet further ahead with a converted try, 27-6.

The question on the lips of the home crowd, fortified by a delicious pre-match lunch by Buckley's Catering, was could Greenock get one more try to secure the bonus point in the closing minutes.

They were helped with a further sin binning of a Perthshire player, and right on full-time the much hoped for try arrived through ever present Wanderers hooker Rory Cameron, who dived over from short range to make it 34-6 with another converted score.

Wanderers have a difficult game next week away to Dunfermline who they narrowly beat at home.

Elsewhere the Ladies won 22-2 at home, the U16s lost 34-45 and poor weather meant other youth section games had to be postponed.

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