Despite racking up a large number of penalties on the day, the Exiles controlled the game from start to finish, particularly on the ground where running backs Joshua Quartey and Bolaji Adewale each scored a hat-trick of touchdowns as they produced one highlight-reel run after the other.
The passing game also clicked throughout the contest as quarterback George Reynolds threw touchdown passes to Julius Sireikis and Tom Slade. Reynolds also added a rushing touchdown.
Defensively, the Exiles made life extremely difficult for the Cats’ quarterback. Michal Krawczak delivered one memorable hit on the sidelines, while Jess Ferguson and Timi Adewale provided constant pressure up the middle.
Flying to the football behind the Exiles defensive line for much of the game were the active and aggressive linebacker pairing of Tyrese Peters-Tovey and James Sharp.
The Exiles defense got their reward in the second half as defensive back Ade Shine picked off the Cambridgeshire quarterback before embarking on a long runback that resulted in a pick six touchdown.
After scoring 112 points in their first two games, the Exiles will next put their undefeated record on the line on Sunday May 19 when they travel to face the defending champion London Blitz.