WIMBORNE ran in four second-half tries to secure a 29-5 victory over Trowbridge in a South West One East clash played in tricky conditions at Leigh Park.

A much-changed home side started slowly and it was against the run of play that they took the lead inside the opening 15 minutes, Jack Young chipping ahead and winning the race to touch down.

Trowbridge continued to pressure their opponents and their efforts were rewarded just before half-time after the ball squirted out of a Wimborne scrum close to the try line.

Matters followed a similar pattern after the restart until the Minstermen put their foot on the pedal approaching the midpoint of the second period.

First, following a series of drives, Dec Foley managed to stretch across the line.

And almost straight from the restart, Wimborne put together their best passing move of the match and Ben Hunt scored out wide.

Ryan Morrell added the extras and Wimborne led 17-5.

Trowbridge began to tire in the closing stages and Morrell bagged a try after following up his own kick ahead.

On the last play of the match, Steve King broke through a number of attempted tackles to score.

Minstermen: Roberts, Bartlett, Morrell, Mason, Young, Mariner, Booth, Hunt, Holman, Murphy, Deguara, Foley, Atkins, King, Best. Replacements: Case, Hopkins, Watson.