The York City Knights have recorded a world record 130-point win over the West Wales Raiders, the biggest ever away win.
The Yorkshire-based club scored 22-tries, with three players managing to cross for hat-tricks (Ash Robson, Perry Whiteley and Matt Chilton) and five-eighth Connor Robinson scored a personal tally of 46-points.
The previous record was held by Castleford Tigers who defeated Rochdale away from home 106-0 in 2007.
The Knights also hold the world record for the biggest win in professional rugby league with a 144-0 win over the same opposition earlier this year.
The Knights are battling with six-time English Super League Champions, Bradford Bulls, for promotion to the Championship (2nd Division).