The pitch was in really good condition considering the recent weather. The exchange Warwickshire referee, who had a good game, penalised BB twice early on but the home side opened the scoring when a poor clearance kick from Scouts was fielded, resulting in Ross Bowden going over next to the posts, captain Olly James converting 7-0. The game was very open with both sides trying to play, Scouts having the better lineout, with BB the better scrummage. Scouts were given a penalty which went over via the post 7-3. Just before half time,man of the match, Phil Bull was harshly sinbinned for slowing the ball at the breakdown. 7-3. HT.
Scouts started the second half strongly with their forwards driving at the BB line, a try was imminent and it came through the forwards and was converted 7-10. Scouts were using the boot to drive BB back, and their backrow were becoming more dominant. Scouts scored a good try off a planned move under the posts and duly converted 7-17. BB kept themselves in the game with a penalty by Olly James for not releasing 10-17, but off virtually the next play Scouts kicked a penalty themselves 10-20. BB came to life and scored a good try through their player/coach Ben Mann, to at least ensure a losing bonus point 15-20, but it was not enough as Scouts took a deserved win. Next week BB host bottom club Biggleswade in a weather delayed fixture, needing a win.