Chipping Sodbury extended their unbeaten streak to five matches as they ran riot against what looked like being a tough Clevedon team.

The sides, meeting for the first time in decades, looked evenly matched at the start.

Lee Ralph was playing well early on alongside Jason Petchey and Dave Turner.

Clevedon scored first with what was also their first foray forward, the kick was missed though as Sodbury sat 5-0 down.

Not to be outdone though the home side scored a brilliant try of their own.

Dan Bradley, Dan Cole, Joe Horton and Gavin Edgar were all involved as the latter touched down for the try in the corner.

Just five minutes later Edgar had his second try.

Fantastic work from Bradley saw a pass, out the back of his hand, find its way to Edgar who rode two challenges before outpacing his man to touch down yet again.

Clevedon looked to re-assert themselves on proceedings after that.

Sodbury were tested defensively but good work from Lance Cassemis, Bradley and Otto Avent saw them through.

As half-time neared, Sodbury conceded a lot of ground.

Clevedon made their dominance count and they touched down beneath the posts.

Dave Gray then entered the fray for an injured Alan Keeping and was forced to contest a scrum immediately, from then on they dominated them.

Horton then scored a third try for Sodbury as he collected a ball over the top and scored on the wing to make it 17-10 at the break.

As the second half got underway, Sodbury found themselves under pressure at the scrum once again.

Clevedon could not make it count however and Horton and Edgar took advantage.

The former drew his man and then passed to Edgar who posted a towering kick and chased after it.

He collected it himself and then the ball found Jon Cook who made his way in to score from fully 40 metres.

The Sods went on to secure the territory, the fresh legs of Phil Player key in breaking up the play.

Tom Head was robust in his defensive display as well as providing excellent service.

Then one of the tries of the game secured Edgar’s hat-trick.

He collected the ball on his own 40m line and drove forward.

He kicked once more and chased after it, collected the ball and smashed through two defenders to touch home.

Cassemis then scored a final try to secure the match 43 - 10.