The champions did it! Boston Rugby Club celebrated promotion in style with a 16-try demolition of Keyworth to finish the season unbeaten.
Centre Tom Brooks amassed a 36-point haul – two tries and 13 conversions - while fly half Paul Jarvis recorded a four tries.
Jack Stokes added a hat-trick while Kenny Doig and Travis Cross both chipped in with braces.
The squad achieved their intended aims of remaining undefeated all season and amassing a points difference of more than 600, to end a remarkable league season.
In perfect playing conditions, the day was set for the team to entertain the home crowd with their flowing, offloading brand of rugby. And they did not disappoint.
Brooks opened the home side’s account after five minutes after Jarvis made space before feeding him.
Brooks then scored under the posts.
Two further tries swiftly arrived, Jarvis scoring after a surging run by winger Liam Smith and full back Travis Cross showing his speed to outpace his opposition.
For the rest of the first half, the scoreboard would tick over with metronomic precision as. in order, Jarvis, Stokes, Brooks and finally Ross Noble crossed the whitewash, taking the side into a 43-0 lead.
The second half would mirror the first in that Boston would score an additional nine tries, with both forwards and backs eager to take advantage of the momentum.
A searing break from the half way line, would see Cross ensure Boston hit 50 points after only three minutes of the second half.
Jarvis would add two more before winger Zac Chapman got in on the act, taking Boston 71 points to the good.
With Keyworth tiring, Boston showed no mercy and Stokes scored a quick brace.
The first a result of good support play, the second an interception from half way.
Captain Jake Brooks made it 92-0, with the help of his brother’s conversion.
The last two tries were scored by Kenny Doig, following good work from Alex Kemp and Chapman.
And with that, all that was left was to await the final whistle, where the unbeaten season was confirmed.
The champagne flowed as the 200-plus spectators celebrated.
BOSTON: Kemp, Wilson, Seargent, Enderby, Deamer, Stokes, Noble, Hughes, Jonker, Jarvis, J. Brooks, T.Brooks, Baldwin, Smith, Cross; Replacements: Doig, Za Chapman, Ze Chapman, Hodgeson, Lane.
Boston now turn their attention to their Lincolnshire Vase semi-final, travelling to face Cleethorpes on Saturday.
The winning team will play in the final on the May Bank Holiday.