Cirencester RFC 27 Old Colstonians 19

Cirencester boosted their chances of a top two finish with victory over Old Colstonians on Saturday.

The visitors took the lead when an over thrown Ciren lineout which was pounced upon by the Colstonians back row who raced away to score under the posts. This shook Cirencester into more intensity which resulted in the returning centre Ben Ramsey to break through and score their first try.

This was quickly followed up by Sam Griffiths, the Ciren scrum half scored with an excellent show and go to race away under the posts.

The conversion added by Tom Woodward to make it 12-7. Ciren started the second half with greater pace which the Bristol side found hard to contain, with so much pressure penalties resulted which enabled Ciren to kick to the corner, the resulting line-out drive saw Darren Stephens touch down.

The home side were now playing with greater freedom.

Winger Sean Pritchard-Nash once again got on the end of a final pass to score, 22-7. Ciren scoring was complete when Ramsey completed his brace. To their credit, Colstonians scored two tries of their own. With two league games left, Cirencester have it all to play for as third place Old Cryptians beat second placed Cheltenham North which leaves Ciren with a chance to snatch second place.