SUTTON Benger ran rampant against a weakened Devizes 2nd, winning 68-0 to remain top of Dorset & Wilts Two North.

Benger struck early scoring within the first minute of the game, shipping the ball wide to score in the corner.

It proved a sign of things to come, with Devizes who had a number of key players absent, failing to find an answer to Benger’s free-flowing rugby.

Ben Pope scored the pick of Benger’s eight first-half tries, the young full-back collecting the ball just inside the Devizes’ half before winding in and out of defenders for a spectacular solo try.

Further tries in the first half came from scrum-half Christopher Bolter, who went blind side after a scrum on the five-metre line, and centre Daniel Battley, who powered through the defence.

Benger went into the break 43-0 up and Devizes’ position wasn’t to get any better when they lost a man to injury and were forced to play on with 14 men.

Further tries in the second half came from Christopher Bolter, William Creamer and John Green, while Callum Harford, also crossed.

With Devizes' numbers further depleted by injury, the match was brought to a close just after the hour mark.