Weston defeated their nearest challengers in the league, Thornbury, to maintain their unbeaten record in the league.
Hornets were out-muscled for the second week running, this time at home to Dings Crusaders.
Winger Ed Bourton scored a hat-trick of tries for Winscombe to help defeat Hornets.
Webb Ellis Limited is the new sponsor of Somerset County Rugby Football Union’s three cup competitions.
Hornets Colts defeated Burnham 32-12 to progress into the next round of the National Plate competition.
Weston Under-9s enjoyed a close-fought match against Wells, a game split into three periods.
Hornets were made to struggle in the derby encounter against a physical and well-drilled Cleve side.
Weston comprehensively defeated Midsomer Norton 95-12, running in 15 tries in the process.
Winscombe defeated nearest rivals Weston 2nd XV to stretch their lead at the top of the table.
Two Weston rugby players travelled to Bermuda to play in the World Rugby Classic event.
Hornets picked up a bonus point against Old Reds with a try from the last play of the match.
Weston Under-12s enjoyed a comprehensive 7-1 victory over Clevedon in their first local derby of the season.
Weston made it 10 wins from 10 as they stretched their lead at the top of the Tribute South West 1 West table, following a victory at Teignmouth.
Hornets Under-18 Girls enjoyed a comfortable victory over North Petherton, a team in their first year at this age group.
Weston made it through to the semi-finals of the Somerset Cup after a hard battle against University of Bath.
Winscombe Under-18 Girls cruised through in the South West Cup against Worcester.
Hornets Under-15s Girls remained unbeaten in a three-way tournament against hosts Nailsea and Minehead.
A hat-trick of tries by Tom Burge helped Weston Under-14s defeat Hornets in the Somerset Junior Cup.
Weston College’s 1st XV lost their unbeaten record to Exeter School in the National Cup.
Hornets gained a losing bonus point from their narrow defeat against Brixham.
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