Weston’s match against Newent was called off for a second time due to a waterlogged pitch.
Hornets lost a narrow encounter in quagmire conditions at Lydney.
A patched up Weston side fell to another league defeat, this time at Drybrook.
Weston United lost to neighbours and title contenders Winscombe at the Recreation Ground.
Cheddar recorded another victory to move up to eighth spot in the league.
Burnham recorded a narrow victory over Chew Valley, with the match preceded by a minute’s silence as a mark of respect for the passing of Christine Piper,
Winscombe Girls Under-15s ran in 17 tries against North Petherton.
Hornets Colts suffered a narrow National Plate defeat at Cullompton.
Weston Under-14s defeated Midsomer Norton to reach the next round of the Somerset Cup.
Weston’s hopes of a quick return to National League 2 were all but scuppered with a home defeat to Bideford.
A huge amount of interest from all ages has been shown since the Rugby World Cup was played last year.
A late interception try by Sean Disney gave Hornets Development XV victory at table topping Yatton.
Burnham gave an excellent all-round performance in their victory at Whitehall.
England stars Jonny May and Rochelle Clark were special visitors to The Nest, home of the Hornets.
Hornets won their first National League match in Devon, thumping Brixham 41-6 in a fine performance.
Weston conceded five second half tries in a poor display against visitors Thornbury.
Winscombe proved too strong for Minehead, running out comfortable winners.
Weston United registered a bonus point victory over Chew Valley to keep up their good run of form.
Burnham poor run in the league continued with another loss at home to Chosen Hill Former Pupils.
Hornets Colts registered a comfortable home victory over Bristol Saracens.
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