'Nese no. 2 Harry Marks told JC Sport: "Overall it is difficult not to be pleased with the performance due to the scoreline, although I do feel like we never really got out of second gear.
"I’m pleased the lads all got solid minutes and more playing time together and at the end of the day it’s another three points to build on going into a massive game against Mincha on the weekend which I am sure will be a great test to see how far we’ve come.
"We are really starting to play as a team and genuinely look more cohesive every week. Also a special mention goes to Scrabble for allowing us to continue the game, and a big thank you to their management team for the commitment shown to keep them in the league. We thoroughly look forward to meeting them again later in the season."
Scrabble boss Ray Abrahams admitted: “It would have been easy to throw the towel in and not play today as we only had 10 players after our Captain was taken ill and our team included some masters boys and three teenagers making their debuts."
Abrahams told JC Sport: "But I’m proud of two things after the game. The first was the effort and commitment our boys gave running themselves into the ground for the club and the second was a fantastic gesture from the Jewdinese manager when he withdrew a player to even up the numbers.
"The Jewdinese boys are a great bunch of lads and deserve to have a really successful season.
"We look forward to meeting them later in the season when we have everyone available.”