Hornets Under-15s held their end-of-season presentation evening, with players and parents enjoying a meal in the clubhouse.
Weston Rugby Club held their annual dinner and presentation evening in the clubhouse.
Hornets Colts held their end-of-season presentation evening at the club and chairman Brad Spellar presented each player with a shirt and framed photo from First XV No 8 Matt Parker.
Hornettes Girls held their end-of-season presentation evening at the clubhouse.
Hornets retained the Somerset Cup after an epic Somerset Cup final against Weston, which went into extra time.
Weston Rugby Club skipper George Sparks is moving to Brazil to work in Sao Paulo.
Eleven girls from King Alfred School enjoyed a Somerset rugby festival held in Bridgwater.
Weston Under-9s enjoyed four closely-contested matches at Bridgwater.
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.
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