Newbury Ladies RFC moved to the top of the Women’s South East West 1 standings following a 22-7 home win over Windsor Ladies on Sunday.
Coming off the back of a frustrating 0-0 result against Reading Abbey last week, Newbury were back on scoring form after making the most of the early chances.
Hannah Ward got the first try on the board on 19 minutes, with Meg Mason converting to give the hosts a 7-0 lead.
Minutes later Jeannie Ivanov scored a try in the corner, adding another five points to their total.
Windsor pulled back seven points just before half-time, but after the break Milly Taylor went over for her debut try for Newbury.
And they made the tie safe 10 minutes later when a Lizzie Harris interception led to Megan Horwood adding a fourth try, with Newbury holding on despite some late Windsor pressure.
Newbury currently hold a two-point advantage over second-placed Reading Ladies at the top of the league.
Sunday’s friendly with Teddington has been cancelled, meaning Newbury’s next game is at home to Cheltenham Tigers on November 29.