CALDY suffered a heavy 73-14 defeat as league leaders Ealing Trailfinders scored 12 tries in a dominant performance against a much changed Ravers team.

It was a bright start for the London side scoring the opening try in the first minute as they caught Caldy cold allowing Simon Uzwoke to score

Caldy hit back within ten minutes making good use of the overlap and saw Louis Beer score in the corner for his fourth try against Ealing this season.

The hosts hit back again as hooker Alun Walker scored the first of two in a five minute blitz, the first was after a successful rolling maul, the second saw him given the space to sprint over.

Ruben Birch scored from close range to bring Caldy within range after 25 minutes and fearing another shock result, Ealing then moved into top gear.

Luke Daniels scored the bonus point try on the half hour mark before Andrew Davidson sprinted 25 metres to score a great try on the stroke of half time having taken advantage of a pass from Davidson.

There was still time for Max Bodily to score after breaking away from the last defender before the half time whistle.

The second half didn’t go any better for the visitors despite holding on for the opening ten minutes. It was replacement hooker Shaun Malton in another blitz for the London side over the next ten minutes which saw Malton get his second try minutes after his first before Daniels completed his brace.

As the game neared the end there was time for two late tries, the first was after a great cross field pass from Dan Lancaster allowing Jonah Holmes to turn brilliantly to score.

Nathan Earle scored in the corner in the final move of the game to send the home fans away happy.

Caldy have their last home game this weekend as they welcome mid-table Doncaster Knights to Paton Field for the first time.

With a number of the Yorkshire side's players leaving the club at the end of the season, it is their chance to impress a possible new team.