Rugby

Friday, April 24, 2015

Weston’s disappointing season ended with defeat at Exmouth and relegation from the National League.

Rugby Hornetsv Newton Abbott.

Hornets finished their first season at National League level with victory over Newton Abbot.

Winscombe earned a bonus point victory at Taunton.

Burnham defeated Keynsham to secure their place in the Western Counties League for another season.

Hornettes help out

Friday, April 24, 2015
Hornettes Under-15s.

Four Hornettes girls travelled with Wellington to Sidmouth and came away with a narrow victory.

Winscombe Warriors Under-15 girls enjoyed a winning weekend of rugby in Dorset.

Bryn Turner.

Hornets Under-16s gave a perfect performance when they defeated Bridgwater 70 points to nil.

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Weston need a bonus point victory at Hornets to stand any chance of beating the drop.

Charley Carter slides over to score for Hornets.

Hornets lost their way at Old Centralians in a battle for third place in National League 3 South West.

Curtis Langdon and Josh Caulfield.

Hornets Rugby Club are coming to the end of an extremely successful season.

Rugby Hornetsv Chard.

Hornets moved up to fourth place in the league after an excellent away victory over third-placed Bracknell.

Rugby WestonvRedingensians

A late penalty try denied Weston a deserved losing bonus point against league leaders Redingensians.

Will Thomas.

Winscombe ran out comfortable winners at Wiveliscombe.

Weston United spurned many chances to earn a bonus point during their victory at Nailsea & Backwell.

Burnham’s relegation fears were helped by an excellent victory at home to Chosen Hill Former Pupils.

Hornets Under-13 girls won both their games against two sides from Minehead.

Weston Under-13s.

Weston Under-13s lost in the final of the Nandos Cup held at Filton SGS College in Bristol.

George Sparks. Photo by Andrew Collins.

Weston recorded their third consecutive victory to keep their hopes of escaping relegation alive.

Rugby Hornetsv Chard.

Hornets retained their youthful line-up in their victory over basement side Chard.

James Flower.

A dominant Winscombe pack laid the foundation for a 13-try demolition of Clevedon.

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