University of Gloucestershire All Golds saw their run of 4 Kingstone Press Championship One victories come to an finish as visiting Hemel Stags won 22-14 in Cheltenham.
The Stags tranquil a diversion from a off and built a 16-0 lead after a opening entertain interjection to a touchdown and dual conversions from Barry John Swindells, and tries from Evan Simons and Eddie Mbaraga.
The All Golds’ reconstruction started shortly thereafter as Aidan Jenkins went over true from a scrum and Matt Bradley converted.
Phil Cowburn afterwards ghosted by a Stags’ counterclaim to measure and Jenkins finished a pierce to leave a All Golds trailing 16-14 during a break. However, James Hill scored a usually try of a second half for a Stags and Swindells’ chastisement 5 mins from time hermetic a win. York City Knights sojourn 3 points transparent during a tip of a list after their 30-20 win divided to London Skolars.
Bristol Sonics cumulative their initial Conference South League win of a deteriorate as they bid farewell to manager Aran Simm forward of his year-long revisit to Australia with 30 unanswered second-half points for a 46-18 feat over Oxford Cavaliers.
The Sonics’ star actor was full-back Michael Harrison, whose prop of touchdowns and 5 conversions, as good as setting-up large other scores, stirred a win. Will Tobin, Tony Harvey, Dan Harvey, Ryan Goodman, Joe Singleton and Jack Farler also crossed a whitewash, while Wes Newton scored a hat-trick for a visitors.
A try from maestro Tristan Moore, converted by youngster Harry Brooker, gave Bristol Sonics A feat opposite Swindon St George. The compare was a curtain- raiser in a Super Sonics Saturday festival of Rugby League and saw a home side secure their second West of England League win in a row. Liam Rowe and Sam Argent helped Swindon into an 12-0 lead, though a Sonics strike behind with tries from Rob Bell and Johan Schoeman, before Gwyn Jenkins stretched Swindon’s lead again. However, Bell scored again before Moore done a critical involvement for a hosts.
West of England League leaders Cheltenham Old Patesians ran out 64-28 winners during Somerset Vikings. The visitors played some considerable rugby with 4 tries any from Ben Tupper and Dave Simpson holding them 4 points transparent during a top.
Old Patesians were always in control of a diversion as they ran in 12 tries in sum with Carlo Colucci channel twice, and adding 8 goals, while Jake Fautley and Ryan Tanner also crossed a line. Chris Richards (2), Ryan Rossiter, Alex Johnson, Jay Hill and Anthony Coates scored for Somerset.