Bears moved back to the top of the Western Conference after thrashing
bottom club Wolverhampton.
The Bears were without several
key players, including coach Alan Robinson, who was suspended
following his dismissal against Manchester earlier in the season.
But despite these shortages,
the team ran up a cricket score against the team already rock bottom
of the league.
Carl Southwell opened the
scoring after just two minutes.
More tries followed from his
brother Glenn, Glenn Todd, Adie Nightingale, Adam Lyndsay, Matt
Wright, Alex Van der Walt and Carl Mitchell and Francis Slater, who
bother scared two apiece.
Captain Dan Price scored a hat
trick, and did Struan Murray, who with nine conversions scored 30
points in the game.
Wolverhampton’s Simon Taylor
ensured that the home team got on the score sheet with a try from
Coventry are now top of the
Western Conference, just ahead of Birmingham. Both teams have 14
points from eight games, but Coventry’s points difference is 257
compared to Birmingham’s 255.
result means Coventry are also third in the National League, behind
Hemel and North London.