Hornets have risen to fourth in the league table after this hard-fought victory over Devonport Services.

Weston recorded their first victory of the season after defeating Bracknell at The Rec.

Winscombe suffered their second heavy defeat in two weeks at home to Crediton.

Hornets Ladies and Aretians combined together to narrowly defeat Yeovil in an exciting match.

Hornets Under-18 Girls’ match against Devonport was stopped early, with the home side enjoying a huge lead.

Hornets came back from Cullompton with four points, thanks to an excellent performance in the rain.

Weston failed to capitalise when Exmouth lost a player with a yellow card and returned home defeated.

Winscombe well beaten in Cornwall

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Winscombe returned from the long trip to St Austell with defeat in miserable conditions.

After delivering a full 80-minute performance, Weston United recorded an excellent victory over St Bernadettes.

College debut for Katie

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Hornets rugby player Katie Reynolds made her debut for South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.

Hornets Girls win well on the road

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Hornets Under-18 girls recorded an emphatic victory over Cullompton.

Hornets nearly overcame a 27-point deficit against Thornbury, but in the end finished two points short.

Winscombe Ladies put in an outstanding display against Totnes, despite slipping to defeat.

A successive charity rugby match was held between Weston Rugby Club and a combined Bristol and Moseley Old Boys XV.

Winscombe fought hard to gain a precious home success against visitors Chard.

Hornets started the new season with victory at Teignmouth, but were lucky to come away with the points.

Weston picked up a losing bonus point in their opening match of the new season at home to Barnstaple.

Winscombe Ladies Rugby Club has come up with seven amazing reasons to play a team sport.

A ‘vision’ of Weston-super-Mare Rugby Club’s future is being dreamt up, with hopes of redeveloping facilities ‘to realise the club’s full potential’.

A village rugby club which has been running for 50 years faces a difficult future if the club does not sell to a housing developer, according to its chairman.


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