TRY machine Dan Rundle was unstoppable in a comprehensive Stourbridge win against Preston Grasshoppers in National League Two North.

The Black Country team dominated the clash at Stourton Park in tricky conditions.

Winger Rundle opened his account on five minutes, chasing down a kick forward from inside his own half to score a try which was converted by Sam Wilson.

With the wind at their backs the hosts capitalised with a series of searching kicks and created a number of chances while Preston were on the back foot for much of opening half hour.

On 27 minutes, Stour scrum-half Callum Morris broke from a scrum close-in and found the gap to cross the whitewash and Chris Scott converted.

With two minutes to go before the break a fluid Stour move put Josh Trinham in for a try and he added a second on the stroke of half time after Jack Lea made ground.

Scott again converted to make the score 26-0 at the break.

Three minutes after the restart, Preston bagged five points with a score from Tyler Spence who dived into the corner on the right.

Stour hit back from an attacking scrum six minutes later when Nigel Mukarati hammered through to set up a try for Lea and Scott added the extras.

The hosts conceded a soft try on the hour, attempting to run the ball out from under the posts.

They lost possession from a tackle and Sam Stott scored a try which was converted by Jake Squirrell.

It took just four minutes for Stour to add to their tally, Rundle collected out wide and blazed his way past two tackles to charge home for his 25th try of the season.

Two minutes later he intercepted deep in his own half and switched on the afterburners to outpace any challenge and score under the posts.

Sam Wilson converted and the game seemed done but there was one last score for Stourbridge when Arthur Morgan latched onto a high kick forward and left defenders in his wake for a final try.

Scott's conversion was the last act of the match which finished 52-12.