Sunderland continued their winning ways with a convincing 62-12 win against Seaton Carew in Durham/Northumberland Division Two on Saturday.
The game started at a frantic pace at Ashbrooke, with both sides conceding early penalties and both unable to convert them to points.
The first score came to Sunderland in the sixth minute when Fish caught the ball from a 22 drop-out and his electric pace caught Seaton off guard.
He dummied two players and shipped the ball to Carter, who sprinted down the wing to score in the corner.
Sunderland scored again straight from kick off as Edmundson put away Arkley to score in the corner.
Seaton punished some poor tackling and replied with a score of their own.
The kick-off saw Seaton under pressure and a gap opened which saw Heffernan go through for Sunderland’s third try.
Sunderland were dominant and their pressure soon paid off with Carter appearing on the other wing to score his second try. Bradley Fish converted to add the extra points.
Fish added another score, sniping from a ruck to go over under the post. Fish again converted.
Sunderland, dominant in all areas, took ball against the head in their own 22 and Heffernan released the pressure with a kick to the Seaton 22.
Sunderland won the line-out and moved the ball quickly through hands with Price scoring in the corner to make it 34-5 at half-time.
Early in the second half, Fish weaved his way through the Seaton players to go over again, and he converted as well.
Drummond was then yellow-carded, which gave Seaton some momentum and they scored close to the posts.
It was a brief respite and Sunderland were again on the scoresheet with Carter recording his third try.
Price was then put through again to score in the corner after some slick hands by the Sunderland backs.
The scoring was completed when Fish raced through for his hat-trick try.