Returning coach Hendry Rheeders provided steel, fitness and determination to Harbury as his team showed their capabilities in a convincing win over Kings Norton with an excellent input from all the match day squad.
Ricky Alford cut through for a try after five minutes. The match remained tight with both sides seeking ways to create opportunities. A yellow card on 25 minutes did the visitors no favours as Steve Alford and Ben Swidryk touched down for well workedtries, both of which were converted to give the hosts a 19 -0 lead at the break. Scrum half Will Godwin added a bonus point try on the 45th minute with a conversion added. Two further tries were added by
Steve Alford and Ben Swidryk, both of which were converted. In the 62nd minute Kings Norton crossed for a converted try. Having finally entered the scoring ledger Kings Norton did themselves no favours with a second yellow card in the 65th minute after which Harbury added two converted tries to emerge deserved winners,
Scorers: Steve Alford (4), Ricky Alford (2 + 6 conversions), Will Godwin (1), Ben Swidryk (2)