Sale Sharks rounded off their Amlin Challenge Cup in style with an eight-try 50-5 win against Cetransa El Salvador.
Centre John Kennedy scored twice in the first half to set the Sharks on course for a straightforward Pool Two win.
Rob Miller converted five tries, including his own, to finish with 15 points but the win came too late to keep the Sharks’ European hopes alive.
Uale Mai responded for the Spanniards, who briefly kept the game alive as a contest in the 12th minute.
But Mathew Tait and Fergus Mulchrone also crossed in the first half as the Sharks took little more than half an hour to bag a bonus point, to lead 28-5 at the break.
The second-half became a formality after Miller took just five minutes to slip through for Sale’s fifth.
Sale rung the changes and three replacements stepped off the bench to join the scoring. Kyle Tonetti touching down on 56 minutes, Chris Jones followed before Lee Imiolek saw the Sharks hit the half-century mark with the last attack of the game.