Yatton Under-13s finished their season with an awards ceremony held at the club.
Clevedon narrowly missed out on promotion to the National League when they lost by just three points to Newbury.
Clevedon got back to winning ways in preparation for their play-off final against Newbury on Saturday.
Yatton romped to a comprehensive victory over Coney Hill, denying the visitors a double.
Clevedon came runners-up in the Somerset Cup final after defeat to Weston on the new artificial surface at Hornets.
A penalty three minutes from time gave Clevedon a one-point victory at North Petherton.
Yatton came from behind and gave a magnificent second half performance to defeat Cirencester.
Clevedon kept up their winning run and remain in a healthy position for a play-off position.
Nailsea & Backwell lost a high-scoring encounter at Old Reds by just three points.
Yatton faded away at Chosen Hill after a close first period.
Nailsea & Backwell Under-12s enjoyed a comprehensive victory over near neighbours Yatton, running in 22 tries in the process.
Clevedon came out narrow winners in the local derby at Bridgwater
Nailsea & Backwell lost an exciting match against Wiveliscombe by just one point at home in a high-scoring encounter.
A crowd of nearly 400 were treated to a fine game of rugby at Yatton.
Clevedon defeated Bridgwater in the semi-finals of the Somerset Cup and will meet Weston in the final.
Nailsea and Backwell Touch Rugby Club has received a financial boost, thanks to the generosity of Waitrose customers.
Yatton 2nd XV were comprehensively beaten by Old Bristolians and remain near the bottom of the league.
Captain Oli Jones led by example as Clevedon Saxons defeated Chew Valley.
Clevedon came from 17-0 down to record a narrow, hard-fought victory over Matson.
Nailsea & Backwell emerged narrow victors in a pulsating derby encounter with Gordano.
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