STOURBRIDGE made it two wins from two by claiming the spoils in their away derby game against Luctonians.

The hosts took a 12 point lead inside six minutes with tries from Mike Cheasley and Frank Kelly plus a conversion from Will Burton.

A series of penalties put Stourbridge on the front foot and good work by Sam Montieri and Jack Lea in the ruck applied pressure.

Joe Heatley collected the ball and crossed the line to score, captain Chris Scott added the conversion.

Stourbridge were pushed back but broke from a lineout and regained the initiative despite an injury to Chad Thorne.

From an attacking lineout ex-Huddersfield and Moseley No 8 Joe Collingham charged 20 metres to collect his first try for Stourbridge.

Joe Heatley took the Black Country side into the lead with a try after another Lea and Montieri combination, Scott added the extras.

Luctonians fought back but the Stour defence held to make the score 12-19 at the break.

After the restart, Lucs levelled with a converted try from Seb Robinson- Hall following a series of penalties.

The score galvanised Stourbridge into action, fans' favourite Lea battered his way over for a try which Scott converted before the speedy Mark Harrison broke down the left and passed inside to Dan Rundle who crashed over, again Scott was on target with the kick.

More quick passing and running put George Morgan in for another converted Stour try.

Club stalwart Nigel Mukarati combined with Heatley to change the direction of play from a scrum which opened the door for Afeafe Lokotui to run 25 metres and touch down in the right corner.

Stourbridge dominated the final 10 minutes without adding to their tally and the match finished with a 10-45 scoreline that takes them top of National League 2 (north).

Next Saturday Stourbridge return to Stourton Park where they entertain Hull.