Wells prove a little more competitive than last time but still fail to score
An improved Wells performance is marred by blind side cheap shots from their prop and second row that go unpunished.
Chew Valley 34 Wells 0
Chew Valley kept Wells pointless again while picking up a try bonus point in a scrappy game with plenty of niggle where at least two visiting players were lucky to stay on the pitch.
The hosts scored early through fullback Joe Cowell but Wells stuck at their task and up until the half hour had the better of territory. Skipper Alex Cox at 8 scored a try off the back of a five metre scrum on 35 minutes converted by prop Reg Parfitt and outside half Dan Gatton crossed just before the break to give his side a cushion.
Chew Valley looked good with the ball in hand but Wells managed to slow the ball at the breakdown and unforced errors on both sides made it a stop start game.
Two tries from flanker Luke Sparkes Brown made the points safe and gave coach Bruce Wellman the opportunity to give a 1st XV debut to 17 year old Harry Power at outside half. With Gatton moving to 12 and Power happy to boss his forwards, his movement and delayed pass created the space in behind that led to a second for Alex Cox and an aggregate score over the two league fixtures of 119 nil.