Weston-based Karuta Sportswear have donated kit to help Papua New Guinea’s deaf rugby squad.

Weston ended the South West Premier season in seventh place after a 22-22 draw at Barnstaple in their final match of the season on Saturday.

Winscombe ended the Western Counties West season in mid-table after a 38-13 loss at Bideford Chiefs in their last match of the season.

Weston United ended their disappointing league season on a high with a 40-21 win over Nailsea & Backwell.

Hornets under-15 girls were too hot for Avonmouth as they ran out 50-5 winners at the weekend.

Winscombe came up short against Saltash in their penultimate match of the Western Counties West season in Cornwall on Saturday.

Hornets Rebels under-10s impressed in their latest fixture at Avonmouth Old Boys on Sunday.

Hornets under-15 girls proved too hot for hosts Kingswood in a 12-a-side contest in Bristol.

The year eight girls’ rugby team at Priory Community School were celebrating a Grand Slam of their own at their first festival.

Yatton under-15s romped to a 61-5 win over Whitehall after another impressive display.

Yatton under-15s got the better of their Weston rivals in a decisive third meeting between the two teams at the weekend.

Hornets under-15 girls battled to victory over local rivals Winscombe in a hard-fought derby at The Nest on Sunday.

Hornets Chargers under-12s came away with silverware from the County Cup Festival at Wells on Sunday.

Weston ran in 12 tries on their way to a 74-17 rout of lowly Newton Abbot in South West Premier.

Winscombe claimed their first away win of the Western Counties West season with a hard-fought 26-20 bonus-point success at Kingsbridge.

Winscombe’s under-15 and under-18 girls claimed a South West double on Sunday.

Yatton under-15s produced a superb display to beat Minehead 45-5 on Sunday.

Rugby: Hornets Rebels get kit help

Monday, February 25, 2019

Hornets Rebels under-10s have been looking the part on the rugby pitch during the current season thanks to a sponsorship deal.

Yatton under-15s avenged an earlier defeat against their Weston rivals to run out 40-14 winners in their return meeting.

Weston picked up three points from a 27-27 draw with South West Premier rivals Maidenhead after a last-kick penalty at The Rec.

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