Winscombe Warriors enjoyed a successful season with many players representing Somerset.
Weston Under-13s won the Mendip Sevens Cup held at Winscombe.
Hornets won the Somerset Cup for only the second time to cap an excellent season.
Girls from Kings of Wessex years nine and 10 won the national final at Twickenham in front of a capacity crowd.
There was a full house at Weston RFC’s Drove Road headquarters for their annual dinner and awards evening.
A lack of a consistent goal kicker proved to be Weston Rugby Club’s achilles heel as they were relegated from the National League.
Weston United and Athletic both finished in third position in their respective leagues.
Two former Weston prop forwards have made the move into being player/coaches at the respective clubs.
Weston Rugby Club has secured the services of fly-half Glenn Dickson as player/head coach for the next two years.
Hornets Rugby Club received the prestigious Whistlers Trophy award at the Bristol Referee’s Society annual luncheon.
Winscombe lost narrowly to Whitehall in a promotion play-off match to the Western Counties League.
Weston Under-13s enjoyed a successful tour to Croyde in Devon.
Weston’s disappointing season ended with defeat at Exmouth and relegation from the National League.
Hornets finished their first season at National League level with victory over Newton Abbot.
Winscombe earned a bonus point victory at Taunton.
Burnham defeated Keynsham to secure their place in the Western Counties League for another season.
Four Hornettes girls travelled with Wellington to Sidmouth and came away with a narrow victory.
Winscombe Warriors Under-15 girls enjoyed a winning weekend of rugby in Dorset.
Hornets Under-16s gave a perfect performance when they defeated Bridgwater 70 points to nil.
Weston need a bonus point victory at Hornets to stand any chance of beating the drop.
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