WIMBORNE ran in five tries to secure their first win of 2019 against South West One East rivals Salisbury.

The Minstermen ended at five matches their losing run and climbed to eighth with the 32-19 victory at Leigh Park.

After early pressure, Lewis Munster opened the scoring for Wimborne with a penalty goal in the 15th minute.

The press continued from the home side and they were rewarded with their first try when Jack Mason touched down.

A 15-0 half-time lead was secured when Ryan Maidment set up Jack Young (pictured) for a try, with Munster adding the conversion.

Wimborne continued to impress in the second half with both sides looking to attack at every opportunity.

Salisbury crossed the try line three times but on every occasion Wimborne hit back with three further tries to ensure they maintained a two-score advantage.

The first of these came from Mason after a powerful drive for the line, before hooker Robbie Holman added the fourth bonus-point try and Munster converted.

In the dying minutes and with Salisbury in pursuit of a fourth score of their own, Munster launched a counter-attacking move to cross the whitewash and complete the scoring.