Scorers: Alvin, Ed O, Hugo(3), Sam E, Olli V (C), Robbie (C)
Diss made the long trip from Norfolk on a perfect, clear sunny morning to play Cambridge at home. Being one of the smaller clubs they found they were short of a prop for the match, so Cambridge lent them a player to round out the team.
Straight after kickoff sloppy handling by Cambridge let the ball through, with Diss stopped just inches from the line by a last ditch tackle. This was probably the highpoint of the game for Diss, since as Cambridge regained composure the play pushed back into the Diss half with the first try coming from Hugo after 10 minutes, 5 - 0.
Diss made a good restart, but good defending by Cambridge quickly switched the pressure back, and with Cambridge playing a more open game than often saw several deep runs into the Diss defence with a second try by Hugo under the posts converted by Olli 12 - 0.
A sliced kick at the restart meant Cambridge forwards could pile on the pressure and a chaotic scramble for the line was held up, but Cambridge used the 5m scrum to set Hugo up for his third try just four minutes later, 19 - 0.
Diss were still determined to get back into the game and Cambridge came under pressure, saved again by solid defending. A long kick from the fullback James set up a Cambridge counter attack with Alvin jinking through the line for his first try, 26 - 0.
After the half time restart Cambridge had rotated several players from the squad, but if Diss thought they were about to play a 'B' team they were in for a shock. After seven minutes a 5m scrum led to a drive by Ed O'Brian for a try, 31 - 0.
The pressure continued as Cambridge settled into their new positions and Sam Edney scored the next try after good handling and running down the wing, 36 - 0.
Diss started to crumble and a few minutes later Sam C provided an emphatic answer to the question "can forwards run?" with a head down charge from 10 meters out giving Cambridge another try, converted by Robbie who had taken over kicking duties.
Cambridge backs were clearly enjoying their game now, and some slick handling put the ball out wide for Harry to score, 48 - 0.
Diss were crumbling and with a few minutes to go a long run byLuca down the centre set up Ollie T for another Cambridge try, 55 - 0.
A penalty by Cambridge let Diss get a score on the board just before the final whistle to finish 55 - 3.