BRADFORD on Avon pulled clear late on to record a 38-0 victory at Royal Wootton Bassett 2nd, but were deposed at the top of the Dorset & Wilts One North table on points difference as Combe Down walloped Supermarine 71-0.

Ieuan Osborne's first-half try was the difference between the sides at the break as Bradford fielded Paul Clark at scrum-half for the first time.

Eventually though Bradford wore down their opponents as number eight Oli Bilton, veteran hooker Julian Tucker, second row Jack Rutland, full-back Murray Dewar and centre Lewis Somerville all crossed in the second period, Somerville booting four conversions.

Bradford coach Dave George, whose side host Supermarine this coming weekend, said: "It was a good old tussle and a very tight game for at least 60 minutes.

"They (Bassett) were a feisty side but we gradually wore them down and it was a good win for us in the end.''

Warminster are another side with a perfect winning record from the opening seven matches after they triumphed 61-5 at Swindon 2nd.

The visitors wasted little time in getting into their stride and flanker Waisale Cakau crashed over from short distance after a dummy pass, Jason Sprangle adding the conversion.

A quickly tapped penalty from second row Connor McPherson, who was felled short of the line but reached out to touch down, brought the second try, again converted by Sprangle.

With Warminster taking control, full-back Tom Evans added the third with a solo effort before Swindon responded with their solitary try of the game.

But visiting centre Rupeni Rokoduguni added the final score of the half and Sprangle's conversion made it 26-5 at the break.

Swindon controlled the early exchanges of the second half but big hits from Reid Curtis and Alex Jenkins got Warminster back on the front foot.

Wing Dan Harris showed his pace for the next try, converted by Sprangle before two more from Rokoduguni completed his hat-trick, the second after fine work from wing Ross Williams and Evans.

Williams completed the scoring with a brace of his own, Sprangle taking his total of points with the boot to 16 points.

Two tries in the opening 10 minutes from captain Charlie Ratcliffe helped Melksham to a 25-23 win over Chippenham 2nd at Oakfields.

The first came from a quick tap and go, before Radcliffe combined well with Nick Suter after his charging run for the second.

Chippenham rallied and in the second quarter, the roles were reversed as two tries took them into the lead.

Alistair Smith clawed back three points from a penalty but in the second period, Chippenham landed two kicks of their own.

Melksham dug deep and well-worked handling between Dave Dyke and replacement winger Jacek Gronkowski saw Dyke over the line for his first try of the season, Smith adding the extras.

Then scrum-half Callum Hurn took a quick tap-and-go, brushing off defenders to score the winning try and secure the bonus point.