Edinburgh cruised to their first home win of the season as they outclassed Italian side Zebre in the RaboDirect PRO 12.
Michael Bradley’s men could have made the score line look more emphatic but failed to convert the points to match their dominance in possession.
A double from Tim Visser added to tries from Sean Cox and Ross Ford, with captain Greig Laidlaw making a contribution with the boot.
Two kicks by Daniel Halangahu and a try from Sinoti were all the Italians had to show for their efforts.
Laidlaw had already given Edinburgh the lead before Zebre managed to attack the home side’s 22 after 15 minutes.
The Scots extended their advantage when Richie Rees’ run allowed him to play in Cox for the first try of the match.
Halangahu got Zebre off and running but Laidlaw’s kick kept the scoreboard ticking over.
Visser managed his first try of the evening to give Edinburgh a 20-3 lead at the break and they never looked in trouble.
Ford powered over the line after the interval as the hosts searched for a bonus point win.
Zebre captain was yellow carded for a high tackle on Lee Jones.
A penalty try arrived after 58 minutes but the Murrayfield side were guilty of complacency as Sinoti dived in to score.
Visser gave the home crowd a final moment of joy as he won a foot race for his second try of the game.
Laidlaw put the last touch of a comfortable evening by kicking the conversion.