A comprehensive victory over Chosen Hill saw Clevedon return to winning ways in the league.
Nailsea & Backwell lost to Burnham by just one point and also relinquished their unbeaten home record in the process.
Undefeated Wiveliscombe proved too strong for visitors Yatton.
Clevedon Town completed the double over Hengrove Athletic in the league, but were knocked out of the Les Phillips Cup in a midweek tie.
Clevedon suffered a tough match at Chipping Sodbury, going down 43-10 to the hosts.
Nailsea & Backwell took the lead for the first time against Old Redcliffianswith 20 minutes to go to run out comfortable winners.
Gordano narrowly lost to third-placed Chew Valley when the hosts scored a late try.
Nailsea & Backwell 2nd XV came from behind to defeat St Brendan’s.
Nailsea & Backwell Under-12s and Old Bristolians took part in two well-balanced matches.
A young Clevedon side gave a fine performance to record their first away victory of the season.
Nailsea & Backwell Rugby Club fielded three girls’ teams for the first time as they took on Minehead.
Gordano gave another battling display, but once again found themselves on another narrow defeat.
An injury-hit Yatton squad came up short in the local encounter with Burnham.
Clevedon fell just short against Barton Hill, with wrong options and poor decisions letting them down at the vital time.
Clevedon Rugby Club hosted an afternoon of girls’ and ladies’ rugby at The Vale.
Nailsea & Backwell emerged narrow victors over Avon in a close match played in cold wind and rain.
Yatton earned a losing bonus point at St Bernadettes thanks to a late try scored by captain Ollie Hardwidge.
Gordano lost the battle of the bridge as Avonmouth took the honours in an entertaining encounter.
Clevedon produced another disappointing display culminating in another defeat on the road, this time at Avonmouth.
Nailsea & Backwell finished second best in a top of the table clash against Wiveliscombe.
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