IT was a hugely positive weekend for Stroud Rugby as they recorded three wins from three across their senior sides.

The 1s romped to a 54-14 win over Coney Hill to maintain their place in fourth in the Counties 2 Tribute Gloucestershire North, whilst the 2s enjoyed a 32-12 win under the lights on Friday night to stay top of the Gloucester & District 3 standings.

Following Stroud 2s' impressive performance on the Friday, the 1s were in the mood to maintain the winning form. Harry Cadwallader-Rowles twice came off his left wing to race in for early tries as Stroud raced into a 12-0 lead.

Tiaan Litton ran a lovely inside line to score a third and despite the visitors crossing the line for their first score of the day, Stroud wrapped up the half with their bonus-point try - scored by Conor Horlock - to make it a 26-7 half-time lead.

Coney Hill scored again after the break to reduce the deficit further but normal service was quickly resumed when Peter Sykes beat the cover on the outside to dive in at the corner.

Cadwallader-Rowles completed his hat-trick later in the second-half and further tries from Dean Tattersall and Harry Lightfoot took the score past the half-century mark to complete a terrific afternoon. Sam Hester produced a near-perfect day from the tee with a personal haul of 14 points from seven out of eight conversions.

On Sunday, the Colts were in action against local rivals Dursley and they ran out 24-5 winners.