Enfield Ignatians’ head coach Shane Manning said his side could have scored even more tries in their 33-5 victory over Royston.

Despite taking maximum points with a five try haul, Manning felt his side should have inflicted even more misery over the bottom of the league side and accused them of losing their structure in the second half.

“We probably scored too many tries too early,” he said after the game.

“Consequently everyone then wanted to score and it became about the individual and not the team.

“In a way I’m pleased that we created so many try scoring opportunities, but less so with the fact that we left a number of tries out on the pitch.

“We went away from our structure and depth was a problem.”

Ignatians took a 21-0 lead in at the break with three tries scored by Jack O’Toole, Leighton Ball and Ben Mills all of which were well converted by Jake Bates.

Dave Gear and Euan Renny added two more scores in the second half either side of a consolation try for Royston to extend their advantage even further.