Weston were 37-27 winners when they entertained Cleve
Hornets Under-15 girls were 55-5 winners when they visited Kingswood for their latest action.
On a cold sunny morning, Hornets U12s entertained Weston U12s.
Yatton went down 32-7 when they visited Cheltenham.
Weston crashed to the sixth successive defeat when they lost away at Camborne.
With the scores level between Hornets and Newbury Blue, an injury-time try gave the visitors the points in a close match.
Winscombe suffered a narrow defeat at Chew Valley, falling just three points short of their hosts.
Weston slipped to another defeat, this time in poor conditions at Newbury.
Jordan Humphris enjoyed a 100 per cent kicking record to help Hornets to victory over Ivybridge.
A trio of Weston Under-16 players represented Somerset in games against Bristol Schools.
Weston lost at home to Bracknell, despite getting off to a bright start.
Hornets Girls Under-15s defeated Cinderford to reach the next round of the Area Cup.
Weston were narrowly beaten by third-place Bournemouth, but returned with a losing bonus point.
Hornets produced their most complete performance of the season to defeat Exmouth at The Nest.
A delayed journey to Maidenhead did little to help Weston’s cause as they slumped to a heavy defeat.
Hornets remain rooted to the bottom of the South West Premier League following their latest defeat.
Weston ran out comfortable winners in the first derby of the season against Hornets.
Hornettes Ladies were emphatically beaten by their hosts Gordano.
Weston continued their good run of form in the league, with victory at Ivybridge.
Hornets ran in five tries against Bracknell in their best performance of the season to date.
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