Rams bounce back
Tonbridge Juddians 24 Redingensians Rams 47
REDINGENSIANS bounced back from their narrow defeat to leaders Cinderford with a thumping victory at Tonbridge Juddians.
Rams racked up 47 points, their biggest haul of the season, to leapfrog their opponents and move up to seventh in the table.
Winger Conor Corrigan broke the deadlock in just the third minute before the lead was extended following a penalty try after a dominant scrum.
Stevie Bryant added a third try before the half hour and the hosts were left trailing 19-0 at the break.
Despite playing into the wind after the restart, Redingensians quickly secured a bonus point when Tom Vooght crossed the whitewash.
Jordan Souter added a fifth before Tonbridge finally burst into life to drag the score back to 33-17.
But the game was completely killed off in the 71st minute when Jak Rossiter gathered the ball from an Olly Foxley grubber kick.
Rams return to Old Bath Road on Saturday to host struggling Broadstreet (2.30pm).
SIRENS kicked off their season with victory over Bracknell Ladies.
The scores were locked at 0-0 at half-time, but Sirens pulled away to win 14-0 with Zoe Poole bagging both tries.
CROWTHORNE are still seeking their first win of the campaign, but have at least began troubling the scorers.
After conceding their Berks, Bucks and Oxon opener and then being thumped 77-0 and 27-0, the Crows were beaten in week four 33-15 at Abingdon.
Lock Ollie Taylor on the charge supported by captain Robbie Stapley.
Stevie Bryant scored a first half try