PORT romped to their biggest win for eight years after smashing Old Salians in a comfortable away victory on Saturday.
A delighted skipper Neil Percival said: 'We linked up brilliantly throughout the match and I'm really pleased with the win. We've been threatening to take teams apart for a while.
'There is a real confidence about the boys at the moment. They're all enjoying their rugby and playing with a smile on their face. I'm now hopeful that we can build on this good run of form.'
Although Port made an early breakthrough thanks to a Phil Gow try, Old Salians hit back almost immediately when they took advantage of indiscipline in the visitors back-line to touch down.
This proved to be the hosts' only highlight of a first half which saw Port take a stranglehold, going in 42-5 up in the interval.
The second half continued in the same fashion with Gow adding his second try of the afternoon in addition to Dan Percival (2), Mike Wilcock (2), Neil Percival, Paul Millington and John Reid.
Dave Layder also added two tries and produced an unprecedented 11 conversions to compliment Port's 11 tries to condemn the hosts to rock bottom in the league.
Port now have the opportunity to push for top spot in the division with the next three league fixtures all being played at home.
Port second team were also weekend winners with a 14-7 win against Anselms. Gerry Phillip and Bobby White scored the tries with Chris Byrne scoring two conversions.
Next for Port is Didsbury at home in the Powergen Cup on Saturday. The second and third teams both face Oldershaw, home and away respectively.