Cheltenham Saracens 10
BREAM stretched their lead to eight points in Gloucester One after beating their closest rivals.
The win leaves them eight points clear of Saracens.
In dreadful weather conditions Saracens started the brighter of the two teams and they went ahead early on when captain and number eight James McMahon went over for a try after a driving maul.
Bream rallied and another attack saw their pack put the squeeze on the visitors and get player/coach Dave Emery went over for the the touchdown.
Fly-half Curtis Russell, who had an excellent game, added the conversion.
The conditions dictated that it was a game dominated by the forwards and saracens were back in front before the break when they got their lineout rumble going which ended with a try for second row Henry Lord.
With the wind and the rain at their backs in the second half, Bream’s forwards took control and saracens were forced to defend for long periods.
From a scrum inside the Saracens 22, Bream forced the visitors back and prop Aidey Peacy got the try.
Saracens came back at Bream but they were thwarted by solid defence plus the boot of Russell.
Bream found a way back into the Saracens half and were awarded a penalty .
They opted for the scrum and got the shove on again for Emery to get the try and Russell added the extras.