DUDLEY Kingswinford bounced back to winning ways as they put Kidderminster Carolians to the sword last Saturday.

DK saw their unbeaten record ended at Kenilworth the weekend before but made no mistake against Midlands One West basement boys Kidderminster.

Charles Balfour bagged the first score of the clash after 25 minutes at Marlpool Lane.

Thomas Walker ran in a breakaway second for the visitors five minutes before the break. Sam Vaughan landed the conversion as DK led 12-0 at half time.

James Ryan, Josh Brown and Stef Shillingford all crashed over at the start of the second period, all converted by by Vaughan, as DK took control.

Further tries from Callum Nicholls, Vaughan and Shillingford wrapped up a convincing 52-7 success.

Kenilworth's loss at Hereford means DK soon made up lost ground from the week before.

They now sit third in the table and just a point of the top two of Kenilworth and Stoke.

They will now travel to fifth-placed Lichfield this Saturday.