Nothing unlucky about Cameron's 13 successful kicks for Chew Valley against the Ravens
SOMERSET Premier leaders Chew Valley romped to a record league win, overwhelming Nailsea & Backwell 94-7, while nearest rivals Midsomer Norton suffered a surprise 43-3 setback at Weston United.
The results mean that Chew are now six points clear of Norton, who have one game in hand with the halfway stage of the campaign now in sight.
It was a day to remember for scrum-half Alex Cameron who converted all 13 of his side's tries, touched down himself and also booted a penalty for good measure to finish with a total of 34 points.
Charles Shallcross marked his return to senior action with a hat-trick, while there were doubles from Andy McCormack and Tom Bryan with Mitch Quoi, Darren Jefferies, captain Tom Waddington and Trystan Davies also crossing before a penalty try wrapped up the scoring.
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Mike Patterson marked his final appearance for Old Reds before moving to Singapore with a penalty, but his side came off second best in a 42-8 reverse at Stothert & Pitt.
Reds' only try came from Ben Beacham.
In Somerset One, Bristol Barbarians' home clash against Wellington was abandoned after 67 minutes for openside Adam Brittain to receive attention for a knee ligament injury.
Barbs were leading 34-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Craig Skuse with Neil Pickford, Brittain and Tom Symons also crossing and James Churchill adding two conversions.
It was too dark to continue after the former Scarlets under-20 representative player was taken to hospital, but the result stands and means the Whitchurch side remain in second place.
Brittain is likely to be out of action for six weeks.
Frampton Cotterell prepared for their big Gloucester Premier visit to promotion rivals Southmead on Saturday with a hard-earned 15-11 home success over Painswick.
Mike Jordan crossed wide out for the decisive try with eight minutes to go before Frampton closed out the game.
Full-back Rhys Smith grabbed the visitors' first score, while there were also two penalties from Matt Lawrence.
In Gloucester One, Kingswood secured back-to-back wins for the first time this season, overcoming Broad Plain 10-0 on the road thanks to tries from No 8 Ross Llewellin and fly-half Ashley Honeywell.
St Brendan's, meanwhile, rallied from conceding an early try for a 32-18 home defeat of local rivals BAC in Gloucester Two.
Winger Harry Hazell grabbed two five-pointers, while there were also tries from full-back Ben Johnson, prop Stuart Rose and Antony Kolanko who added a penalty and two conversions. No 8 Dan Ford excelled up front for Saints with Tyler Hodgson impressing in the backs.