SEAHAM will guarantee second place at least if they beat visitors Newton Aycliffe in Durham and Northumberland Division Three on Saturday.
The Harbour men are five points behind leaders Prudhoe & Stocksfield and seven points clear of third-top Aycliffe, a side they edged 10-8 away, back in December.
Seaham maintained their title push – they have 15 points left to play for (with home games against Houghton and a previously cancelled clash with Jarrovians to fulfil) – with a 14-try demolition of Hartlepool BBOB last week, finishing runaway 82-0 winners.
After a two-week break from league rugby, Seaham were in the mood from the start and ran riot against the lowly home team.
Livewire flanker James Ramshaw led the way with a four-try salvo, supported by three tries from player-coach Jon Dye, who would have had a fourth only to unselfishly pass to Brad Green to touch down.
Right-wing Stuart Tisseman added a brace, with Jack McCallum, prop Paul Scott, replacement Joey Jonesand second row forward John Dixon also getting on the scoresheet – as did lock partner Andy Hogwood with a conversion.