KIDDERMINSTER Carolians remain winless this season after a 22-44 home loss against Sutton Coldfield.

KCs fielded a much changed side for the clash after also losing a player to injury in the warm up.

Lapses in KC concentration early in the first half allowed Sutton Coldfield to score a converted try.

After halting a good Sutton Coldfield move KC replied with a great move through the three quarters finished off with a try to Ryan Tiene.

KC came close with their attacks however the next two scores were for Sutton Coldfield. KC were not to be outdone and scored again through a trade mark Tiene 70 metre run as the half ended 19-10 to the visitors.

Despite a bright spell early in the second period, the game went away from Kidderminster when Sutton Coldfield came back with two converted tries - one from a good move through their backs and another from forward pressure on the KC line. KC then gave away two penalties allowing the Sutton Coldfield lead to stretch.

Between these penalties KC started a good move through the forwards and after fierce pressure on the Sutton Coldfield line scored a try for birthday boy Scott Lovell, the conversion was completed by Rhys Pritchard.

More pressure from KCs for the next five minutes was undone by a Sutton Coldfield try in the corner after KC lapses. KC replied with more pressure and a Ryan Tiene hat-trick try yielded a bonus point.

It was another frustrating day for Carolians as they controlled big parts of the game only for their attacks to fail due to wrong decision making and poor handling.