From the kickoff in the Midwest Rugby League's Wallerawang Landscaping Cup second-round game at Kandos the Orange Warriors took immediate control in the rucks, allowing domination in the forwards, and giving room for Tyron Dixon to score the club's first try in the fourth minute against Kandos Waratahs.
The visiting side settled quickly into the pattern that coach Kurt Beahan had devised, with the forwards' crashing runs through the rucks creating chances for their lively backs.
The Kandos forwards tried hard to stem the flow of teal jerseys down the middle but were being knocked over like ninepins by the power running of the Orange team's big men.
Five minutes after Dixon's try Kyran Ah-See went across for his team's second try, again after the forwards had softened their opposition. Ah-See converted his own try.
The Orange side was dominating possession and utilising the extra ball to their advantage and, Beahan at fullback, had little to do other than watch his team doing their job up front.
Four minutes after Ah-See's try Dion Jones was next to score, Ah-See once again providing the extras, and then in the 18th minute with Tyrell Charters' try and Ah-See's conversion the Warriors took a stranglehold on the game with a 22-nil lead.
Kandos eventually had a chance with the ball, and following a concerted attack on the railway side of the field Oden Osgood, son of captain-coach Glenn Osgood, scored his first try for the club in the cement works corner.
However, only three minutes later Warriors' fullback Beahan, up in the line, was across for a try of his own, once again converted by Ah-See, just minutes before the break.
The second half was only five minutes old when Orange's Dixon scored his second, and then Luke Barnes another try five minutes later.
To the credit of the Kandos players staring at defeat at their own ground, and in the face of a destructive attack they regrouped in defence and prevented another score until Ah-See's final try near the end of the game.
The initial game for the Warriors team was a good result, a 46-4 win over the re-born Waratahs.
Next Saturday Kandos are at home to Oberon.