TEEN scrum half Lewis Dodd grabbed three first half tries in Saints Reserves 32-6 win over London Broncos at Ealing Trailfinders.

The 17-year-old, who had a storming game last week against Salford, carried on where he left off backing up a fine break for his and Saints’ opener.

Callum Hazzard added the extras, but Saints were soon back for more with Dodd dummying left before arcing back inside for a try.

On 35 minutes Dodd took the direct route, jinking through four or five would-be tacklers to complete a a first half hat-trick.

Broncos responded when Jonah Varela cross to cut the Saints half time lead to 18-6.

Sam Royle backed up well for Saints’ fourth, with Dodd converting.

And they added two more, both from well-place kicks to the right and then the left with on-loan Ryan Ince grabbing the first and then Brad Holroyd the other.

Saints: Tom Nisbet, Bradley Holroyd, Nico Rizzelli, Benjamin Davies, Ryan Ince, Owain Abel, Lewis Dodd, Callum Hazzard, Paul Nash, Alex Eckley, Mike Weldon, Sam Royle, Lewis Baxter. Subs: Kye Siyani, Jumah Sambou, Keenan McDaid, Harry Brooks.