SWINDON St George were unable to sign off the Southern Conference League West Division season on a winning note after crashing to a heavy 62-24 defeat away at All Golds despite a strong start on Saturday.

St George were the first to strike in Gloucester as Jack Daynes powered through for the opening try.

After All Golds levelled the scores, Connor Tomley and Mark Sharp got St George back on the front foot.

Both men registered tries to re-establish St George’s early lead with a touchdown apiece.

However, the home side upped the tempo before the break to pull clear.

All Golds continued to hold sway in the second half.

However, further tries from Swindon’s Daynes and Todd Johnson kept their own score ticking over.

The 2019-20 campaign has been a tough one for St George as they have won only two of their league fixtures this term.

Swindon enjoyed a 24-0 success away at Cardiff Blue Dragons a week prior to this weekend’s season finale, with their other victory also coming against the Welsh outfit back in June when the Greenbridge Road side won 16-14.

However, there was to be no last hurrah against All Golds, who romped to an emphatic victory by time the final whistle sounded.

Swindon finished the season fourth in the five-team table on just two points after having two deducted for forfeiting and failing to play fixtures.