The weather tried its best to put a dampener on the game, but King’s was able to play some good running rugby and were quickly out to a lead early on in the first half.
Four more tries scored in the first half saw King’s pick up the bonus point for four tries within 25 minutes. King’s led 31-3 at half-time.
King’s has had leads like this already this year only to taper off but this game would be different. King’s started the second half as they had ended the first and resumed ticking the scoreboard over.
At the final whistle, King’s had coasted home 67-3.
Leo Roa was Player of the Day, putting 22 points on the board.