scrum half Rhys Griffiths also all crossing.
Gareth Cull slotted 10 conversions as well as a penalty as the Wanderers markedly improved their try-scoring record. They now have the fifth most in Division One East this season.
But Tredegar did manage to improve their points tally marginally, as they scored four tries of their own, with two from scrum half Greg Jenkins, to at least earn a bonus point.
Bargoed also racked up a thumping score as they kept their slim title hopes alive with a 70-22 win over mid-table Merthyr at Bargoed Park. Four tries from home winger Lewis Protheroe were among the 10 for the
hosts, who also crossed through fullback Andrew McLaughlan, wing Gareth Dare, centre Luke Smalley and replacements Josh Prosser and John Lavender.
Bargoed must win their last game of the season and hope Ebbw Vale fail to win any of their remaining three if they are to overhaul the Steelmen at the top of the table.
Elsewhere, Beddau earned a bonus-point 29-21 win over Rumney at Mount Pleasant Park, while Gilfach Goch also picked up five points as they saw off the challenge of visiting Blackwood 26-12 at Welfare Park.