Jamie Pittams takes on the Stratford defence supported by Ash Horner
Marlborough 44 - 0 Stratford-upon-Avon
Saturday’s fixture welcomed Stratford Upon Avon to The Common in grey, damp and miserable conditions. After a brilliant team performance last time out at Salisbury, Marlborough were firm favourites to take the points in this tie. Stratford-Upon-Avon, who have only won one game all season would have to put in a top performance to challenge Marlborough.
Avenai Cakaunitavuki attempts to break through the Bassett defence supported by Garth Bari and Tom West
Marlborough 5 - 38 Wootton Bassett
On the back of a good team performance and win at Oxford Harlequins last week, Marlborough faced a Royal Wootton Bassett side in top form. On a seven-game win streak, Bassett sat second in the table, two points above Marlborough. The gloomy, grey and bitter weather was no problem for the crowd, who came out in numbers for the eagerly anticipated fixture and local derby. Marlborough kicked off the first-half and were attacking the Town End.