A DEPLETED Kidderminster Carolians had plenty left in the locker to record a big home win against Leamington.

The KC's pack was down by seven first team regulars, including the entire front row, but their high tempo play saw them home.

Freddie Morgan opened the scoring for the hosts with a penalty and five minutes later Jess Smith bagged a try from a scrum close in.

Morgan added the extras but almost immediately Leamington's left winger took advantage of a lapse in concentration by KCs to run in a solo try from 40 metres.

Pressure by Kidderminster's forwards resulted in a try for Ryan Tiene before the backs took control to put Chris May-Miller in under the posts.

A penalty move took Carolians deep into opposition territory and a driving maul provided the bonus point try for Jess Smith which Morgan converted.

Despite late Leamington pressure the half finished with a 29-7 scoreline.

Andy McClellan registered the next KCs try under the posts, Morgan again added the extras.

More strong play from the forwards gained the ground necessary for McClellan tot secure his second try and Tiene coasted in for another after more good work from the pack.

Leamington's perseverance was rewarded with another two converted tries as KCs lost concentration but the hosts finished the game with the best try of all.

Chris May-Miller initiated a move, he fed Tiene who linked with Kieran James on the wing, who made good ground and passed back to Tiene for him to run in unchallenged for his second try.

The score pushed Kidderminster past the half century for a final score of 51-21.

Next Saturday KCs will be in action away at Nuneaton Old Edwardians.