Eton Manor put an end to their four-game losing streak with a 43-8 success on the road against Luton.

Cameron Dutch went over three times, debutant George Palmer scored two tries and there were singles for Harry Bone and Garth Tucker.

It was Palmer who got the scores going in the early stages of the game, chipping the ball over the last defender and winning the race to dot the ball down just before it went out of play after three minutes.

Manor fell foul of the referee’s whistle after this good start and allowed Luton back into the game, and they opted for a kick at goal when the visitors were penalised for offside to reduce the score to 5-3.

After weathering some pressure from the home side, Manor started to come back into the game, and they strengthened their lead when Tucker powered his way upfield and laid it off for Dutch to power into the corner.

Palmer then increased the lead when, from his own 22, he set off down the wing and went over the line under the posts, and Dutch added the conversion to make it 17-3.

The away side were now fully in control and added two more tries before the interval, firstly when Rob Falls set up Dutch for his second, and then young winger Harry Bone was assisted by Frank Webber as he was tackled to make the score 31-3 at the break.

Luton added the first score of the second half after a sustained period of good play in the Manor half, scoring their only try of the game after going over in the corner.

However, this seemed to spur Manor back into life and Tucker gathered a bouncing ball and went over the line for a converted try with 28 minutes of the second half gone.

The hosts continued to fight but it was Manor who rounded off the scoring when Dutch added his third try of the game, unconverted, which sealed the scores at 43-8.

The club’s next match sees them make the visit to Old Priorians this Saturday, who currently sit one place below Manor in the table.