THE veterans at Salisbury RFC made it four wins on the trot following a 26-19 victory over Andover.

The in-form Salisbury side, who call themselves Old Bustards, arrived at Castle Road with a large squad of 26 players, which head coach Hamish Morton used to his advantage.

They made the most of the downslope of pitch in the first half and played some excellent, creative rugby which ultimately won them the match.

Tries in the first half from centres Ross Anderson and Nick Taylor along with rookie winger Paul Greenyer proved enough to hold off a resurgent Andover team in the second half, with the Bustards achieving a well-fought victory.