Weston's game at Ivybridge this Saturday is "massive" for the club says Brad Talbot, writes Josh Thomas.
Darren Crompton hailed Weston's 63-7 win over Exmouth as their "best performance" of the season, writes Josh Thomas.
The Hornets under 15 girls delivered a sting in the tail after they recorded their first win in four games after overcoming Avonmouth 27-22 at the Nest.
Yatton under-16s fell to defeat against North Bristol in a hard-fought contest.
Weston bounced back in emphatic fashion after their disappointing result at Exeter University, with a magnificent 80 minutes of intelligent hard working rugby which ended in a 63-7 win over Exmouth at The Recreation Ground.
When Nick Williams took over as chairman of Yatton Rugby Club last year, he said he wanted to create a one-club identity.
Marcus Nel claims Weston's game with Exmouth on Saturday will be another opportunity to 'play our rugby' as they aim to maintain their 100 per cent home record.
Hornets Chargers under-13s had mxied fortunes in their first away game of the season.
Winscombe claimed their first away win of the season in Western Counties North with a 36-19 success at Bristol Saracens, despite playing for most of the match with only 14 men.
Weston travel to Exeter University for their next South West Premier test on Saturday (2pm), while United host Hornets seconds in a Somerset Premier derby on Friday (7.30pm).
Yatton under-16s put up a fight against Hornets in their latest outing at the weekend.
Winscombe had to settle for a four-try bonus point after a 40-26 defeat at Barton Hill in Western Counties North.
Yatton under-16s began their season with a 43-33 win over Winscombe.
Cheddar Valley kicked off their season where they ended the last with a big 56-7 win over North Petherton at Sharpham Road.
Chris Heath says Weston will go to Camborne with a 'positive attitude' after two consecutive wins over Bracknell and Brixham.
Winscombe claimed a 27-7 win over local rivals Gordano in their first home outing of the season.
Weston recovered after a scare at home to Brixham to record back to back wins in a rollercoaster of a game.
Winscombe fell to a 31-7 defeat at Avonmouth Old Boys on the first day of their new Western Counties North campaign.
Cheddar Valley Rugby Club hope to continue their rise after the election of new first-team captain Brett Diver.
Scotland forwards coach Danny Wilson held a special session for Hornets members at Hutton Moor last week.
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