Despite the emphatic scoreline Thurston were competitive to the end and the score was an indication of how well Wymondham played.
Wymondham travelled to Woodbridge and consolidated second position in the league with a 36-22 win.
Hundreds turned out to watch Wymondham’s new rugby ground open after years of planning.
Norfolk rugby star Tom Youngs was the guest of honour as Wymondham Rugby Club opened their new £4.5m ground.
The option of playing towards the deep end or the shallow end will be a thing of the past when Wymondham RFC’s new £4.5m home on the outskirts of town is officially opened on Saturday week.
Wymondham kicked of their season with over a half century of points.
A man-of-the-match performance from James Bridges helped Great Melton to beat Swardeston by one wicket to lift the NCA U15s Andy Seeley Trophy for the first time.
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