Cinderford Bucks comfortably retained the Forest of Dean Combination Minor Cup for a third successive season with a six try victory over Drybrook Extras.
Ryan Walding opened the scoring with a long range penalty, before Chris Morse scored an unconverted try. Just before half-time Tom Reynolds showed good pace to race clear to score a try, which Walding converted to make it 15-0 at the interval. Reynolds went over for his second try early soon after the re-start, with Walding landing the conversion and then kicking a penalty.
Man of the match Nathan Green then outpaced the cover defence scored his first try again bettered by Walding, before Drybrook gained some respite when they were awarded a penalty try. Adam Gouha was next to score for the Bucks, following a strong run from Adam Wilce and Green went over for his second just before the final whistle, with Walding adding both conversions.
Cinderford Bucks; Adam Wilce, Tom Reynolds, Joe Worgan, Dan Cooper, Nathan Green, Ryan Walding, Lee Wilkins, Mike Baldwin, Dave Didcote, Scott Williams, George Risby, Chris Morse, Fraser Montague, Adam Gouha, Lee Hopkins. Replacements; Chris Williams, Ian Taylor, Carl Edwards, Dave Phelps.