Swindon Storm thumped Torbay Trojans 78-34 as new quarter back Greg Roscow made an instant impact.
Roscow threw for over 300 yards and five touchdowns as Swindon Storm bounced back from two straight defeats.
Swindon Storm star Dan Thorne picked up two rushing touchdowns while Curtis Malcolm also touched down with a long running score.
Linebacker Brent Flippance was also on the scoresheet adding a fine touchdown from an interception.
Swindon Storm head coach Steve Bennett rang the changes in offence and was delighted with the results, saying: “Our opposition have been quick to capitalise on our weaknesses since our big win over Oxford Saints in early May.
“Our offensive playbook is designed to be flexible enough to adapt to new challanges. Changing a formula is never easy but quarter back Greg Roscow is a real student of the sport and has really helped the transition.
“Dan Thorne has marshalled the team team well from the quarter back position up until now and assisted Greg on Sunday from the slot receiver and half back positions.
“Both guys are superb team players, always putting the club before themselves and they are a credit to the sport.”
Swindon Storm travel to Abingdon Rugby Club on Sunday looking to build on last weekend’s result but Bennett is expecting a tough game.
“This Sunday we travel to a rejuvenated Oxford team for the away leg,” added Bennett. “They have a large squad and play tough football.
“The Saints are in the hunt for a play-off spot and are grinding out wins when they need it most.
“We’ll need to pull it all together for Sunday to halt their running game.”
Kick off at Abingdon Rugby Club is 2 30pm. Entry is free and refreshments are available.