Bees blown away as ruthless Rams run in nine tries.
B'ham & Solihull 0 Rams 53 BEES' head of rugby Pete Glackin was quick to praise the table-topping Rams following this heavy defeat at Portway.
Reading-based Rams recorded nine tries, despite the atrocious conditions.
Glackin said: "Sometimes you just have to put up your hand and accept you were beaten by a better side.
"They are a Championship side and they will win National League Two South this season as they are a well-drilled and well-coached side.
"Conditions meant it was always going to go down to the side that made the least errors and we made error after error.
"The weather also played into their hands as Rams had a big and heavier pack.'' Rams took control with early tries from full-back Jamar Richardson and fly-half Alex Seers before the Rams' pack shoved Bees back for the first pushover try, credited to No.8 Ross Crame. A fourth try came on the stroke of half-time from hooker Ben Henderson.
There was no let-up after the break as winger Conor Corrigan raced over before Crame had a second pushover score.
Scrum-half Greg Illingworth added another try. A closerange scrum yielded a penalty try on 69 minutes, with victory completed by another pushover, from Robbie Stapley.