MUSTANGS returned to winning ways after a strange week with victory over Birmingham Bulls at the Keepmoat Stadium on Sunday.
Mustangs were beaten at Leicester Falcons the previous weekend but have since been awarded the game after Leicester were found to have fielded several ineligible players.
A comfortable victory over the Bulls now leaves the Mustangs second in the BAFANL Premier Division standings with four wins out of six.
Quarter back Graham Lightfoot returned from a one game suspension and made all the difference by throwing four touchdowns, picking out Paul Weston and then Ian McCartney in the first and second quarters.
The Bulls struggled offensively and Mustangs killed the game as half time approached when Lightfoot found Martyn Lee in the endzone.
The duo then combined for a fourth touchdown in the final quarter.