AFTER four consecutive defeats Camp Hill are hoping to kick-start their season when they take on Stratford-upon-Avon in Midlands 2 west tomorrow.
Their stuttering start to the season continued as they were knocked out of the EDF Energy Intermediate Cup at the first hurdle last week.
Midlands Two East side, Dunstablians came alive in the second half to crush Camp Hill's hopes of a confidence-boosting cup run.
Scrum half Marc Chetland put Camps ahead early on but Joe Murphy improved a Campbell Haig try to give the visitors the lead.
Full-back Murphy sprinted nearly the entire pitch to touchdown before half-time and despite missing the conversion and a penalty, Duns went in 12-5 ahead.
Almost immediately after the re-start right wing Duncan Holmes touched down in the corner and Murphy added the extras.
Centre Gavin Denning then added another five points to the scoreline before Murphy continued to keep the points flowing with another well-struck penalty.
With the game approaching its conclusion a scrum five metres from the Duns line saw home centre Simon Jones collect at pace and touchdown.
Fly half Simon Edwards converted but the score remained the same up until the final whistle.