SWINDON St George enjoyed a record-breaking haul this weekend as they dismantled Bath 84-4 at home.

The score, which is the highest in the club’s history, meant Ben Whincup’s troops produced back-to-back wins following last week’s 38-28 triumph away at Southampton Spitfires.

While Whincup had a feeling his side were close to putting in a dominant performance, he admits it did come as a surprise.

“I didn’t expect to win by that much. It was a fantastic performance and I think it is the best performance I’ve ever seen by a club,” said Whincup.

“It was absolutely flawless.

“We know that we can score points and we kept them to zero for the majority of the game, they scored in the last two or three minutes when we’d already put 70 points on them.

“It’s a shame we could get a zero but it was a fantastic all-round game.”

With his troops currently top of the West of England League Pool One, there have been many fine performances so far this season.

But Connor Tomley’s 32 points, which is another club record, sealed an emphatic victory.

“It caught me a bit of-guard even though we have been there or there abouts recently,” added Whincup.

“We thought it could happen if things went our way on the day, but I didn’t expect it against Bath because they’re a good team.

“It’s hard to pick out any negatives when you put in a performance like that, I don’t think there is anything to improve on.”

The record-breaking scoreline came in warm weather over the weekend, and the Swindon chief thinks plenty of fitness work has paid dividends.

“We have been working hard on it all season so we are definitely one of the fittest teams in the league,” he said.

“We have shown that in a few games where we have managed to keep going into the late stages, while other teams fall away.”

Swindon welcome local rivals Oxford Cavaliers to Supermarine on Saturday.