There were four more conversions by Meijer and two from Porter Goodrum. This was a fifth successive league victory for Danny Milton’s side. It sets things up nicely for Met’s top of the table showdown with Bargoed at the weekend.
Admiral Championship East leaders Cardiff Met ran in 15 tries as they inflicted a crushing 95-0 defeat and piled more misery on beleaguered basement boys Treorchy.
The Archers went on the rampage, scoring six tries before the break and then adding nine more in the second half, with flanker Josh Hart filling his boots as he helped himself to five of them.
Henry Kirwan, Vikas Meijer, Max Brown, twice, Aneurin Jenkins and Hart all dotted down in the first half. Meijer kicked four conversions for a 38-0 half time lead. Openside Hart stole the show with four more tries in the second half. Alex Terry, Horace Hopper, Kirwan, for his second of the match, Conall Couch and Maxime van Hilst also got in on the act.
Bargoed, also now on a run of five straight league wins, will head into the clash six points back on the Archers but having played two games fewer. They were victorious in their latest outing but only narrowly, edging Beddau 26-25 at Mount Pleasant Park.
Morgan Edwards ran in a hat-trick for Bargoed who also had Ashley Norton on the scoresheet in their bonus-point win. Josh Prosser added the extras to three of their four tries.
The only other Admiral Championship fixture played at the weekend came in the West division where Bonymaen won for the eighth time in the league this season and moved up one place into fourth spot as they picked up a 38-6 bonus point success on the road at Maesteg Quins.
Steff Pryce-Griffiths and Luke Darnell were both at the double, while Lewys Bullock and Nathan Brooks also went over. Lawrence Thomas kicked the other eight points.