SHIPSTON RFC moved off the bottom of Midlands 3 West (South) after a 32-5 victory over local rivals Evesham at Mayo Road on Saturday.
It was the Rams’ second win of a difficult season and leaves Evesham in bottom place instead. Elsewhere in the division, Southam beat Cheltenham North 35-21.
In Midlands 1 West, Stratford lost their eighth game of the season when they went down 18-12 at Hereford.
Harbury stay top of Midlands 4 West (South) after they were awarded a home walkover in the game against basement boys Birmingham Civil Service.
Claverdon were 21-10 winners at Coventry Welsh but Alcester crashed 58-5 at second-placed Woodrush.
Warwickian continued their promotion push in Midlands 5 West (South) with a 15-14 home win over Copsewood. The Hampton Road club stay second in the table.
Wellesbourne lost 35-19 at home to Birmingham Exiles.
Clubs now enter their festive break before resuming league action in the New Year.
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