Newport Gwent Dragons coach Paul Turner has called on his side to continue their march towards the play-offs after seeing off the charge of Edinburgh at Rodney Parade.
Full-back Will Harries led the Dragons to a 49-28 rout with a hat-trick of tries while Wayne Evans, Ashley Smith, Richard Fussell and Martyn Thomas all bagged scores of their own.
However it wasn't all doom and gloom for Edinburgh who replied through Alan MacDonald, Ben Cairns Ross Ford and a penalty try to claim what could prove to be an invaluable bonus point.
Newport now sit four points off fourth-placed Glasgow in sixth and Turner has pleaded with his side not to leave anything to chance in their bid for a top-four finish.
"I was a bit disappointed that we let them get a bonus point because they are above us in the league, but I would have taken that before the game," said Turner.
"It was another great game, maybe not one for the connoisseur, but there was a lot of attacking rugby and not a lot of defence, but fortunately most of the poor defence came from them.
"We play Cardiff next and that will be great, we're definitely looking upwards at the play-offs now."