MAGNIFICENT Thornbury made local rugby history with a remarkable victory over National Two side Clifton, due entirely to the players’ passion and determination to win against the odds, writes Dave Fox.
TYTHERINGTON Rocks won their last away game of the season in a close confrontation against lowly Trowbridge, writes John Crooks.
NORTH Bristol’s dream of a Twickenham final ended as they ran into a very professional East Grinstead team packed full of imports, including four New Zealanders.
HALLEN’S title hopes appear to be hanging by a thread after a return of one point from two games over the Easter Bank Holiday.
DURSLEY suffered heartache as they were knocked out of the national cup by Yorkshire side Old Brodleians in front of a large crowd.
ROVERS showed they have a long way to go before they can become a force to be reckoned with next season after a meagre one point return from the Easter period.
SLIMBRIDGE turned in one of their best performances of the season at league leaders Oxford City Nomads and should have left Marsh Lane with all three points.
A BLAZE tore through a farm near Alveston yesterday afternoon.
THE FUTURE of aerospace in Filton is looking brighter than ever following the news that Airbus has struck a £326 million deal with a major airline.
SKATERS in Thornbury will show off their best tricks and crowd-pleasing stunts at a high-velocity competition next month.
WINTERBOURNE’S most historic building is due to reopen for the season later this month.