Saracens showdown In-form side book spot in county final
CHELTENHAM Saracens continued their great start to the season as they booked their place in the Gloucestershire Senior Vase final.
They met Widden Old Boys with both sides going into the game with 100 per cent records but it was Saracens who came out on top 22-8.
Gloucestershire Premier leaders Spartans suffered their first defeat of the season though in the other semifinal as they were well beaten, losing 50-26 to Bristol Saracens to set up an all Saracens final on November 24.
Old Cryptians and Brockworth will meet in the RFU Junior Vase Gloucestershire final.
A late Gavin Worrall penalty gave Old Crypts a dramatic 22-20 win over Rosson-wye after first-half tries from Callum Drury and Ben Neville, plus a penalty try in the second period.
In the other semi-final, Brockworth turned the form book on its head with a fine 17-3 win away to Old Colstonians.
Brockworth went into the game without a win in Gloucestershire One, while the hosts had won all four games in the same league.
In the Intermediate Cup, Stroud were beaten 29-25 at Avonmouth Old Boys, who now face the winners of the Old Richians-matson clash, which was postponed on Saturday.
In the Level 10 Cup, Bream were 36-12 winners at Bishopston to reach the semi-finals, where they are joined by Tewkesbury, who had a walkover against Cheltenham Civil Service,
Minchinhampton were beaten 32-10 at Broad Plain, and the other quarterfinal sees Fairford host Norton on November 10.
Luke Morgan on his try-scoring run
James Butler kicks a conversion