Shane Williams scored five tries as the British & Irish Lions romped to a record tour victory in New Zealand by mauling second division minnows Manawatu 109-6.
Welsh wing wizard Williams led the way, helping his team easily surpass the Lions' 64-5 triumph over a combined Marlborough/Nelson side in 1959.
As a warm-up for next Saturday's second Test, it told head coach Sir Clive Woodward little, apart from Williams making irresistable selection claims and flanker Martyn Williams producing an effective display before going off at half-time.
The Lions collected 17 tries - Williams (5), Ronan O'Gara (2), Mark Cueto (2), Martin Corry, Jason Robinson, Geordan Murphy, Charlie Hodgson, Ollie Smith, Gareth Cooper, Neil Back and Gordon D'Arcy touching down.
Hodgson booted seven conversions and O'Gara five.
Williams though, finished one try short of the Lions individual try record in one match, a mark jointly held by David Duckham and JJ Williams.
Andy Farrell admits the process of selecting England's 50-man training squad ahead of the World Cup was rigorous - but the backs and defence coach also revealed how tough it was to leave some stars out.