Seven tries as Matson keep up good start
MATSON continued their fine start to the Western Counties North campaign with a 47-12 win over Oldfield Old Boys.
Ryan Woodhouse – who added a conversion and penalty – Aaron Tonks and Aaron Morefield touched down to open a 20-0 lead.
The visitors grabbed a try of their own before Woodhouse secured the bonus point with his second try before the interval. And they completed the job after the break with Jack Knight scoring twice and Morefield grabbing a second.
In the same division Drybrook eased to a 38-3 win over Midsomer Norton, but Berry Hill went down 30-0 at North Bristol and Cirencester lost 34-15 at Old Bristolians.
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Bream also enjoyed a winning start to their season with a 27-17 win over Old Colstonians. Second row Jimmy Roberts grabbed the first try and he was followed over the line by wing Lee Turley and Mark Lee.
Outside-half Curt Russell kicked the remaining points.
Elsewhere in Gloucester One, Gloucester Old Boys opened the season with a 28-16 home win over Ashley Down Old Boys.
There were also fine opening wins for Longlevens, 34-22 at Cheltenham Saracens, and Old Richians, who were 18-7 victors at Bishopston.
And Widden Old Boys edged home 16-10 in the derby at Brockworth.
In Gloucester Two, Old Cryptians had the most impressive start with a 53-3 win at Cheltenham Civil Service.
Westbury edged home 8-7 at Aretians, but Spartans went down 31-20 at Bristol Aeroplane Co.
And in Gloucester Three, Tredworth won 82-12 at Hardwicke & Quedgeley, Smiths beat Minchinhampton 10-7 and Norton lost 25-0 to Old Elizabethans.
Cheltenham North needed just 10 minutes of the new season to grab their first try, number eight Bozwad bulldozing over in the corner to lay the platform for a 22-12 win over Upton-on-Severn.