CALDY produced another excellent performance to dispatch a Sheffield Tigers side who seemed a little jaded after their exploits last weekend against Loughborough.
Both sides showed excellent defensive organisation but Caldy managed to score the four tries necessary for a bonus point and maintain their challenge for second place.
Caldy got over the line on eight minutes when a great pass from Jon Sewell allowed Adam Aigbokhae to find space and he ran under the posts, Roberts converted.
A further penalty from Roberts was then cancelled out by two penalties from the boot of West leaving the scores close at 10-6.
Gavin Roberts kicked another penalty before Andrew Soutar ran in between two defenders to score Caldy’s second try.
On the half time whistle, West kicked a penalty to leave the scores close at 20-9.
After the break, Caldy went up a gear following a penalty from Roberts with Caldy dominating possession all over the park and it was only a matter of time before they scored a try.
After a long period of pressure, Dan Rowlands collected a difficult ball to evade the Tigers defence and touch down in the corner, Soutar converted.
Then with two minutes left on the clock, Jack Collister powered over the line to give Caldy all five points in a well deserved victory.