Humphreys marshalls his troops as Frampton head into the semis
FRAMPTON Cotterell Under-17s marched into the last four of the Bristol Junior Combination Plate after battling past St Brendan's at Coombe Dingle.
Flanker John Humphreys was outstanding for the South Gloucestershire outfit, and dominated at the breakdown.
Frampton scored five tries, with Louis Aldom and Brandon Ball claiming try doubles, while Jack Digby scored a try and conversion.
Winscombe Under-16s edged past Chippenham to reach the final of the Bristol Combination Cup.
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The Mostly Blacks raced into a 17-0 interval lead, but the Wiltshire-based side battled back to within five-points.
But Tom Fournier added a penalty to go with his first half conversion to settle the contest. Tommy Parsons, Will Branch and Toby Sims scored the tries for Winscombe in the 20-12 win.
Keynsham Under-16s' home Bristol Junior Plate clash against local rivals Old Redcliffians had to be played at neighbouring Bristol Harlequins due to the recent flooding of their Crown Field ground.
But Keynsham still managed to book their place in the next round of the Plate following a hard-fought 25-13 victory.
Toby Williams scored a try, two conversions and two penalties, while Dan Moody and Dan Blackwell also crossed the whitewash.
Nailsea & Backwell Under-15s hooker Ryan Barrow proved to be almost unstoppable during his side's' 51-15 humbling of Yatton at West End Park.
The Bristol Academy front-rower helped himself to five tries in a one-sided contest, and had a hand in setting up further scores for Harry Marshall, Josh Collins and Hayden Young.
St Mary's Under-15s romped to victory in the semi-final of the Bristol Junior Combination Cup after a nine-try mauling of Midsomer Norton at Northwood Park.
Saints tries came courtesy of Mike Green, Mitch Mayes, Sam Polledri, Brandon Rowley and Callum Holloway, who also landed nine conversions in the 49-7 win.
The Winterbourne-based side now face favourites Nailsea & Backwell on Sunday.
Replacement centre Harry Travis was the catalyst for Clifton Under-13s' second-half surge against Old Bristolians in the Bristol Junior Combination Plate.
The sides were locked at 0-0 in a tense and gripping first half, with both attacks being cancelled out by some resolute defending.
But Travis was introduced from the bench and made a real impact for Clifton.
He set up the opening try for fellow centre Ralph Adams within minutes of coming off the bench. That try was converted by Gill Thornton.
Old B's continued to battle hard both in defence and attack, but the visitors made it 17-0 with two further tries by scrum-half Elliott Adair and full-back Isaac Pike.