THE Kendall Blues were back at home on Saturday to take on Port Settlers Inn Sharks and the Blues didn't disappoint, crossing the line 13 times during the match.
Five players crossed the line twice and cousins Daniel Minns, Jarrod Smith and Tyler Smith were three of those five.
Daniels Minns in true form kicked the day off crossing the line in just the fourth minute close to the sideline, which made Pearce's kick attempt hard and unsuccessful.
A short time later Dylan Baldry found his way across the line and three minutes later Nathan Kerr crossed behind him.
Pearce was only successful in converting Baldry's try.
Five minutes later Tyler Smith crossed the line and Pearce converted successfully. Anthony Conlan was next to break through the defence and cross the white stripe followed by Arnold Turnbull five minutes later. Pearce converted both of those tries with ease.
The Blues then went quiet, letting the Sharks cross the line in the 29th minute for an unconverted.
Jarrod Smith did his best to kick start his team as he crossed just before half time. Pearce's conversion was unsuccessful, giving the half-time score line of 36-4 in favour of Kendall.
The Blues came back from half time and got straight back into it, with Arnold Turnbull weaving through the defence and crossing the line in the first minute next to the post.
The Sharks attack took advantage of some sleeping Kendall players as they scored three times. However, their mini-comeback was halted quickly as Minns broke the defence and crossed the line for his second try of the day.
Defence was lacking from both teams, with the Sharks scoring next. This seemed to awake the sleeping Kendall giant as they piled on try after try for a final score of Kendall 68-24.
The Man of the Match went to Pearce who kicked eight goals from 13 attempts.
The Blues are home next weekend and will be preparing for a rematch against the South West Rocks Marlins who are the only team to beat the Blues this year. Kick-off is 3pm.