Coventry became the latest side to feel the full force of a rampant Ealing outfit as they chalked up a half-century of points for the third successive week.
There had been little to choose between the sides in a lively opening half and the teams were locked at 12-12 at the break.
But the visitors stepped up a gear at the start of the second half, running in six of their eight tries – four of them in a frenetic 12 minutes straight after the restart.
Coventry suffered a nightmare start when, inside the opening minute, Peter White’s kick from the back of a ruck was charged down by Bobby de Wee and skipper Rayn Smid dotted down.
But the home side’s response was impressive with a try of their own on six minutes when slick handling found Rob Stevenson wide on the right to score before hooker Nic Dolly bagged his third in as many games six minutes later.
And although Ealing had de Wee binned for ten minutes, that was how it remained until the final move of the half when replacement prop Will Davis went over following a spell of pressure on the Coventry line.
The second half was a different story though with the visitors totting up the points at will straight from the off.
Smid charged over for his second before centre Fraser Strachan bagged the bonus point score. The impressive Simon Uzokwe then took over the scoring duties with a five minute brace – both from close-range – before Coventry bagged their only try of the half ten minutes from time through second row Cameron Jones.
That brought the score back to 19-38 but there was still more to come from Ealing as they finished with a flourish.
Prop Davis rumbled over for his second with replacement kicker Steve Shingler kicking the extras and then a penalty from close on half-way.
And the final play of the game saw flying Ealing winger James Cordy Reddan sprint to the line for another converted score while Coventry’s misery was compounded when full-back Louis Brown was yellow carded for an illegal tackle.
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