Weston were made to pay for poor decision making and ill discipline at Old Reds.
An increasing number of injuries is starting to take its toll at Hornets, with the first team losing 43-10 at Barnstaple.
Winscombe scored a late converted try to salvage a draw against Tor.
Weston United lost at home to league leaders Gordano.
Hornets Development XV were in top form, overcoming North Petherton 66-0.
After a bright start, Burnham faded away and eventually lost at Bristol Saracens.
Winscombe Warriors defeated Devonport in monsoon like conditions at Gillingham.
A joint Winscombe Under-16 and 17 team took on their counterparts from Midsomer Norton.
Weston cruised into the semi-finals of the Somerset Cup with a comfortable win over the University of Bath.
Hornets defeated Old Patesians in a low-scoring encounter at Hutton Moor.
Winscombe defeated Wellington to reach the semi-finals of the Somerset Vase.
South West champions Winscombe Under-15s girls beat their Midland counterparts at the prestigious Sixways ground.
Weston’s long run of defeats continued at Brixham, despite putting in an improved performance.
Hornets lost to second-placed Exmouth by a drop-goal with just two minutes to go.
Burnham’s poor run of results continued with a defeat at home to Bristol Harlequins.
IN A re-arranged game due to Chepstow cancelling at short notice, Hornets Under-13s made the long trip to play Frome for the first time.
Weston came off second best in a relegation battle against Old Patesians.
Hornets were well beaten by league leaders Redingensians, despite beating them at home earlier in the season.
Weston United coasted to a comfortable victory over neighbours Clevedon.
Hornettes recorded a hard-fought victory over visitors Chipping Sodbury.
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