Hornets finished their season with a disappointing defeat, ending up in seventh position.
Weston made league champions Camborne work hard for their victory at the Recreation Ground.
Weston United were beaten by Stothert & Pitt, a side who have been in the top three of the league all season.
Hornettes Girls Under-15s ran in four unanswered tries in the second half to run out winners over St Mary’s Old Boys.
Winscombe Under-14s headed south to Bridgwater to take part in the Somerset Cup final against Weston.
Hornets put in a disappointing display against Newton Abbot, going down 18-14 to the hosts.
Winscombe’s emphatic victory over a Hornets second string, sets up a final league fixture of the year against Nailsea & Backwell.
Weston United earned the maximum five points on their travels to South Bristol.
Hornets Colts end of season tour to Malta proved to be a highlight of the year.
A confident Burnham side enjoyed a comprehesive victory over Cheltenham.
Hornets Under-13s ran out narrow 22-12 winners over neighbours Weston.
Hornets remain in fourth spot in the league, despite losing at Ivybridge.
Weston gained maximum points with a comfortable victory over Chard.
Winscombe lost to Yatton in their top-of-the-table clash, denting their promotion hopes.
Weston picked up maximum points at Taunton to keep up the pressure on third-placed Stothert & Pitt.
Defending Somerset Cup champions Hornets will face neighbours Weston at the Recreation Ground on April 29 (7.30pm) in this year’s final.
Winscombe Under-18 Girls enjoyed a comfortable victory over Newton Abbot.
Burnham gave an impressive performance to defeat third-placed Stroud.
A late try by visitors Chippenham saw them beat Hornets Under-15s 29-24.
Hornets registered a victory over Ivybridge, thanks to two late tries.
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