North Petherton end Chard's run
South West One West leaders North Petherton ended Chard’s two-and-a-half-year unbeaten home record with a 29-19 victory.
Chard led 14-5 towards the end of the first half but then lost two players who were sin-binned and Petherton took full advantage, scoring four tries during this period.
Sam Williams, Gavin Hancock, Ben Angel, James Carter and Peter Dickins scored tries for Petherton with Harry Roberts kicking two conversions.
New Zealand Neil Douglas snapped up two tries for Chard, with Ben Stead getting another. Paul Nicholls kicked two conversions.
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Old Redcliffians ran in six tries in a 44-5 win against lowly Bridgwater and Albion.
The hosts opened the scoring with two penalties, both kicked by Jack Steer. Bridgwater had hooker Matt Hastie yellow carded and in his absence home skipper Sean Fox scored a try that was converted by Steer.
Hastie returned and almost immediately scored in the corner.
The home side extended their lead before the break with a second try for Fox which was converted by Steer who was sent to the sin bin shortly afterwards.
Old Reds went further ahead just after the hour with a try for Ollie Coles which Steer converted.
Three more tries followed from Jed Hooper, Coles and Dan Fry all crossing. Steer converted one to give Old Reds a comfortable victory.