ON a bright and sunny afternoon, Caldy produced a superb performance against a tough Kendal side struggling to find their form.
Caldy scored nine tries without reply before Richard Harriman powered his way over near the end for a consolation try for Kendal.
Caldy started the game playing a wide and expansive style and were on the scoreboard within seven minutes when Woof and Roberts combined for Roberts to race under the posts.
The try of the day came on 15 minutes when the front row of Salisbury, Dowridge and Parker combined brilliantly to allow Parker to force his way under the posts. Further tries from Eaves, Dickinson and Kohler meant that Caldy turned round with a 33-0 lead.
Despite making several changes during the early part of the half Caldy maintained their excellent form with Jon Sewell at the heart of everything that was good about Caldy’s play.
Sewell himself forced his way over the line after some excellent play on 45 minutes to start the second half scoring. Kendal struggled to deal with the pace and power of the side as Aigbokhae and Salisbury followed with tries in the first quarter of the second half from close range. On 75 minutes, Ben Eaves completed his brace before Harriman forced his way over to finish the game.
l CALDY: Soutar, Barnish, Roberts, Woof, Eaves, Kohler, Broxson, Parker, Dowridge, Salisbury, Sewell, Collister, Aigbokhae, Bansor, Dickinson Replacements: Smith J, Rylance, Rowlands, Briggs, Brown.
l KENDAL: Mulholland, Voortman, Mercer, Barton, Bratton, Ireland, Boardley, Chesher, Houghton, Rumney, Hayton, Tomlinson, Redhead, Holmes, Ellis. Replacements: Harriman, Coxon, Green, Thomas, Lockhart.