DAN Brady and Tommy Gray each scored a brace of tries as Banbury Bulls finished the year with a dominant 57-10 victory away to derby rivals Bicester.

Banbury took the lead when Chris Phillips drove over at the back of a rolling maul for an unconverted try.

Phillips turned provider for Banbury’s second score.

Sam Stoop got the ball out wide. Phillips drew the last man before offloading to Dan Brady who sneaked his way over in the corner to make it 10-0.

Banbury’s next score will be a contender for their try of the season.

Jack Briggs, on as a substitute for Jimmy Manley after a hamstring tweak,made the initial burst.Ed Phillips and Tommy Gray were also involved before Stoop chipped the ball behind the Bicester defence and Brady won the footrace to touch own in the corner.

Phillips converted for a 17-0 lead.

Dan Spencer narrowed it with a penalty for Bicester but Banbury responded when Tommy Gray dived through two defenders to touchdown in the corner.

Banbury added another try before half-time, Stoop beating his opposite number to score next to the posts.

Phillips’s conversion made it 29-3 at the break.

Matthew Powell, on as a replacement after Joe Mills went off with a hamstring strain, set up the next try for Phillips, who added the extras.

Then Nick Pratt burst his way through the Bicester line and offloaded to Jacob Mills who was on hand to score. Phillips converted to make it 43-3.

Gray added his second try under the posts after good work from Dan Brady.

Phillips converted both this and the final try scored by Powell, who had never played on the wing before.

Bicester picked up a late consolation try when Adam Hall scored in the corner.

The Bicester pack were stopped narrowly short of the line, but Hall was on hand to take advantage after the ball broke loose to sneak over in the corner.

Spencer converted from the side-line to complete the scoring, but could not prevent their seventh defeat in a row.