Clevedon RFC made it three Counties 1 Tribute Western North in a row as they came from 14-5 down at half-time to claim a 24-21 victory at Old Redcliffians II last Saturday.

Clevedon opened the scoring when Edd Ryder was given a platform to score in the corner to give the visitors a 5-0 lead. 

The Reds then crashed over for a converted try through Oscar Simms-Preston to lead 7-5 after 10 minutes. 

On the brink of half-time the Reds took advantage of some good fortune from a loose ball to score in the corner through Ewan Ridley-Demonick to lead 14-5 at the break.

Clevedon started the second half with a bang when Ethan Thomas kicked over a penalty from 40 yards.

From the restart Clevedon went over again as Ben Smith was on had to crash over to bring the visitors within one point.

The Reds conceded another penalty and a kick to the corner was picked up by Will Trollope to crash over and give Clevedon a 18-14 lead.

The Seasiders quickly added another penalty as Thomas kicked over from 45 yards to put the Visitors 10 points clear. 

Clevedon appeared to be cruising home until a penalty try set up a nervous two minutes, however, they held to pick up a well-earned victory.