Hornets’ poor league form continued with a heavy defeat at the hands of St Ives.
Weston narrowly lost to Drybrook in testing conditions, with the visitor’s two conversions being the difference.
Winscombe defeated fellow league strugglers Saltash and managed to come out narrow victors to ease their relegation fears.
Hornets Under-13s recorded a narrow victory over Bath in an entertaining match at the Nest.
Winscombe Colts defeated Hornets 25-24 in a terrific advert for colts’ rugby on the artificial pitch at Hornets.
Yatton defeated near neighbours Weston 2nd XI to complete a satisfactory victory.
Hornets were no match for second-placed Okehampton, who ran away with the match in the second half.
Weston lost to Old Patesians on a muddy pitch with their unbeaten run coming to an end.
Winscombe returned from Wellington well beaten by a rampant home side, coached by former England player Graham Dawe.
A weakened Winscombe Ladies side put up a brave fight against Chard.
Gordano picked up a home bonus point victory against Chipping Sodbury.
Hornets let slip a 17-0 lead to North Petherton, being pipped at the end by just two points.
Weston held out to enjoy a one-point victory over visitors Cleve in a well-matched encounter.
Winscombe defeated Paignton in a game which could well define league survival.
Hornets defeated Midsomer Norton in a high-scoring Somerset Cup quarter-final tie.
Weston were knocked out of the Somerset Cup in the first round by the students of Bath University.
Hornettes Ladies returned from Bath with a loss in their latest league match.
Weston defeated Camborne at the Rec to move up to ninth in the league table.
Hornets recorded a bonus point victory over Lydney, getting back to winning ways in the process.
Winscombe recorded a fine home win over Kingsbridge to get their season back on track.
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