National One leaders Jersey ran in seven tries on their way to a 51-14 thumping of Cambridge.
Ed Dawson, Guy Thompson and Donovan Sanders touched down to put the islanders in command, but Pat Tapley scored just before half-time to keep Cambridge in touch.
Sanders claimed his second, followed by tries from James Copsey, Dave McCormack and fit again Michael Le Bourgeois.
Albert Portsmouth grabbed a last-gasp consolation try for the visitors.
The bonus-point win keeps the island side four points clear of title rivals Ealing with four matches remaining this season.
"We asked for a reaction to the last defeat and we certainly got that today," said Jersey boss Ben Harvey.
"As the game went on I thought we worked harder and harder and I thought Donovan had an excellent game.
"All-in-all it was a really pleasing overall performance."
Cambridge drop a place to 13th in National One, just one spot outside the relegation zone.