Sale Sharks crushed Petrarca 56-9 to record back-to-back five pointers while Brive won 116-3 against El Salvador.
Sale recorded back-to-back five pointers in the Amlin Challenge Cup after they cruised by Italian outfit Petrarca 56-9 at Stadio Plebiscito.
Teen sensation Tom Brady led the way, following up last week's hat-trick with a brace of tries, while there were also two apiece for Mark Cueto and Nick MacLeod and one by Rob Miller.
The bonus-point win means Sale stay top having amassed 153 points in two games. Brady opened the scoring with his first try as the scores were all square.
Fit again Matthew Tait showed no ill-effects from his recent lay-off setting up tries for MacLeod and Brady, either side of Cueto's score to wrap up the bonus point before half-time.
Sale rung the changes but still ran in three more tries from Cueto, MacLeod and Miller in the final minute.
Meanwhile, the Sharks' qualification rivals Brive racked up an impressive 116-3 victory over El Salvador in the other Pool's other fixture.
Pen: Walsh 3
Tries: Brady 2, MacLeod 2, Cueto 2, Miller
Con: Hodgson 4, Miller 2
Pen: Hodgson 3
Petrarca: 15 Martin Acuna, 14 Lorenzo Innocenti, 13 Roberto Bertetti, 12 Alessandro Chillon, 11 Warren Spragg, 10 Tim Walsh, 9 Alberto Chillon, 8 Zane Ansell, 7 Scott Palmer, 6 Nicola Bezzati, 5 Mantvydas Tveraga, 4 Agustin Cavalieri, 3 Dario Chistolini, 2 Nicola Gatto, 1 Agustin Costa Repetto.
Replacements: 16 Ornel Gega, 17 Carlo Fazzari, 18 Chris Caporello, 19 Michele Sutto, 20 Alessandro Billot, 21 Nicolas Galatro, 22 Juan Pablo Sanchez, 23 NicolÃ² Borgato,
Sale Sharks: 15 Paul Williams, 14 Tom Brady, 13 Mathew Tait, 12 Nick Macleod, 11 Mark Cueto, 10 Charlie Hodgson, 9 Will Cliff, 8 Sisa Koyamaibole, 7 Neil McMillan, 6 Carl Fearns, 5 Nic Rouse, 4 Wame Lewaravu, 3 Karena Wihongi, 2 Neil Briggs (capt), 1 Lee Imiolek.
Replacements: 16 Marc Jones, 17 Aston Croall, 18 Jack Forster, 18 Chris Jones, 19 Chris Brightwell, 20 Chris Leck, 21 Rob Miller, 22 Chris Bell.
Referee: Dudley Phillips (Ireland)
Assistant referees: David Keane (Ireland), Olly Hodges (Ireland)