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Supermarine recorded trheir first win since week 3 of the season with a confidence boosting 32-12 defeat of Royal Wootton Bassett while Trowbridge inflicted another defeat on a Swindon side rooted at the foot of the division.

In the other match, Supermarine’s win took them up to 8th place in the league table, Melksham remaining just two places off the bottom. Most of the 6 Nations matches will be shown on the big screen at Minety RFC so why not come along, enjoy a drink from the bar, some fine banter and join in the fun. Trying to shelter from the rain, my vision was obscured for the opening exchanges and then, when I relocated to the open side of the ground, the misty drizzle kept covering the lens, making focussing (not my strongest point) almost impossible.

In the only fixture in Division 3 North, Corsham maintained their unbeaten record with a crushing 66-0 victory over Bath Saracens. At present we can confirm the following: 10th February England v. We hope to have the service back again for Minety’s next match against Bradford in a fortnight’s time.

Ferocious and fearless tackling, especially from No.

8 Ben Sellick, fly half Jack Ward and centre Dave Church helped clear the lines and push Combe Down back.

Combe Down extended their lead in the 10 minutes as the village side struggled to get themselves organised and moving on a very heavy pitch.

24 points down with just a quarter of the match played and an avalanche of points might have been predicted, but Andy Grayson’s team, led from the front by hooker and captain Tom Claxton, fought their way back into the match and steadied the ship.

With a front row stacked with experience, but also with a collective age of over 100, Minety’s scrum held its own and then started to dominate as the half wore on.

Matt Roberts, playing at full back, troubled the Combe Down defence with his kicking and running and Church and Sellick were always in the thick of the action in the centre of the field.

At half time coach Grayson was forced into more changes as Minety lost fly half Tom Mc Allister and Church was moved to cover him.

Colemen’s introduction to the 1 XV retirement, enjoyed the match but admitted that it had been really hard work.

Minety 1st XV return to action on Saturday with an encounter with table topping Bradford on Avon, keen to put the memory of the defeat at Combe Down a week ago well and truly behind them. If you want a ticket (£10) please contact Dave Peirce ([email protected]) as soon as possible. We will publish further details of the activities planned for the 17th closer to the date.