A four-try blitz from Jackson Willis guided the Camden Rams to a thumping win on Sunday.
Willis orchestrated the rout as the Rams sealed a 64-10 win over the Mittagong Lions at Mittagong Sports Ground.
The match marked round 13 of the Group 6 first grade competition.
Willis was dominant early, scoring three tries in the space of 22 minutes as the Rams blew the game wide open in bitterly cold and blustery conditions.
Willis opened the score after 10 minutes, before adding the next two tries as the Rams skipped out to an 18-6 lead.
Geoff McKeown interrupted the Rams' scoring pattern by scoring a nice try for the locals.
Camden added another two tries before half time through back rowers Jack Davey and Ben Powers.
Mittagong scored its final try of the day on the stroke of half time when captain Regan Economos crossed in the corner.
The Rams led by 30-10 at half time.
Camden winger Bailey King scored just after play resumed as the Rams continued their scoring spree.
Jack Davey then dived over for his second try, which was followed by tries from Freddy Kini, Daniel Muir and Chris Browne.
Browne also kicked 10 conversions from 11 attempts as the score line blew out in the second half.
Browne finished with a personal tally of 24 points on Sunday.
It wasn't all one-way traffic for the Rams, who battled injury concerns.
Browne filled in at five-eighth for the regular number six Will Kerr, while new recruit Jeco Makatao came off the bench.
The former Moss Vale Dragon made several dangerous runs and caused problems for the Mittagong defence.
The Lions also struggled with injuries on Sunday.
The other round 13 matches saw Oakdale score a 21-12 win over Picton while Thirlmere cemented second spot on the ladder with a 44-16 victory over The Oaks.