Workington waltzed to victory with an 11- try salvo in the sun at lowly Hemel Stags.

Half back Jamie Doran ran the show from the start as Town got back to winning ways with aplomb.

Centre Elliot Millier grabbed a hat-trick of tries while loose forward Caine Barnes bagged a brace in an impressive display.

In reality there was only ever going to be one winner of this contest and the match was only five minutes old when Caine Barnes drove forward and shrugged off four defenders to touch down under the posts.

Carl Forber stepped up to convert and was quickly on target again when Miller latched on to a high kick from half back Doran to touch down in the right corner.

Forber duly slotted the conversion for a 12-0 lead to the visitors.

Hemel pounded away against Town when they got the opportunity.

And their best offensive moment early on came firstly with a charge down by right wing Marcus Elliot but the hosts failed to take advantage as Town stood firm.

Elliot then just failed to latch on to an astute kick from Louis Sheriff when well placed to score.

And Town made Hemel pay as they were far more clinical in attack as Oliver Wilkes took a Jacob Moore short pass for a third converted try of the contest.

Another score soon arrived on 20 minutes following a drive forward from James Newton then neat interplay from Doran and Sam Forrester in a sweeping move for Miller to cross for his second try of the match.

Forber easily slotted the kick to make the score 24-0.

Hemel, though outplayed, refused to give in and scored a deserved try through Kieran Moran after a penalty close to the Town posts

Kieran Smith added the kick to reduce the deficit.

But parity was resumed either side of the half hour mark with two more scores for Town.

Doran sent Joseph Hambley in for a terrific try in the right corner.

Forber failed to convert but he was on target shortly afterwards when Doron evaded six tacklers for a solo effort and 34-6 advantage to Town.

Promoted by Sheriff, Hemel enjoyed attacking scrums before the break but failed to cross when in prime position.

Workington however were always in the ascendancy and ended the half on the offensive and they continued on the resumption.

Forrester grabbed the opening score of the half for the visitors after a lightning break on 46 minutes.

Forber converted the score but left his shooting boots behind when Doran and Forrester combined for Karl Olstrom to add his name to the growing list of try scorers.

But there was no holding Forber back as he broke from halfway, kept ahead of Hemel defenders racing back to set up Miller for his hat-trick try on 54 minutes.

Forber kicked the goal to bring up the 50-point mark.

And after keeping Hemel at bay Town crossed again through Barnes after a strong run on just past the hour.

Forber landed the kick then sold a brilliant dummy to race home unchallenged for Town’s final try of the game.

Forber’s kick at goal hit an upright before Hemel got on the scoreboard again two minutes from time when Lewis Taylor crossed under the posts.

Ricky Hough added the kick to complete the scoring of a one-sided contest.

This was an impressive display by Leon Pryce’s team after losing last time out.

Hemel have yet to win this season and you can only play the opponents in front of you.

Town were professional from the outset, never let Hemel settle and kept on the frontfoot throughout.

Though the points were in the bag by the end of the opening quarter Town kept charging forward, prompted by Doron and Forber, at every move.

There was plenty of positive play to ponder on during the long trip back to Cumbria.

Hemel: Smith, Elliot, A. Williams, Heil, Forde, Sherrif, Stamp, Dixon, Hough, Howieson, Esselmont, Thornton, Moran. Subs: Broadbent, Stock, R. Williams, Taylor

Tries: Moran (25), Taylor (78)

Goals: Smith 1/1, Hough 1/1

Town: Forrester, Bailey, Miller, Olstrom, Hambley, Doran, Forber, Wilkes, Newton, Blagbrough, Patrick, Moore, Barnes. Subs: Scholey, Curwen, Dawson, Maudling

Tries: Barnes (5, 65), Miller (8, 20, 54), Wilkes (17), Hambley (28), Doran (31), Forrester (46), Olstrom (50), Forber (67)

Goals: Forber 8/11

HT: 6-34

Penalties: 5-4

Referee: Stephen Race

Attendance: 110

Star Man: Jamie Doran