Newbury Blues secured their spot in the promotion play-offs in emphatic fashion as they thrashed Reading Abbey 60-19 at Monks Lane on Saturday.
Needing a win to guarantee their place the Blues overcame some early jitters to surge ahead and earn a sixth consecutive victory.
Clevedon now await next Saturday. The match in Newbury will decide who progresses to the National League 3 South West next season.
Saturday’s game began with Dan Thorne kicking a penalty for an early lead for the Blues, who were playing in pink for their annual charity day to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
However they soon slipped behind as Abbey touched down for an unconverted try.
It would take until the 23rd minute before Newbury were able to get in front. Rory Jones broke through to score close to the posts, with the extras making the score 10-5 in the hosts’ favour.
From then on the Blues were comfortable and another two tries followed in the first half from Jamie Futcher, on 31 minutes, and Jones getting his second two minutes later.
Five minutes after the break Joe Pigott was able to secure the bonus point try, quickly followed by Cameron Golby Barr getting the Blues’ fifth of the afternoon for a 34-5 lead.
Abbey managed to pull a converted try back, but almost immediately the Blues responded as Josh Love ran around the last defender to score.
The visitors got a third try on the hour mark to reduce the deficit, but once again Newbury hit back moments later, this time with Alex Millar dragging a defender over the line with him as he scored.
With two minutes to go the Blues made sure they ended their league season in style with two more tries, courtesy of Millar and Nick Wackwitz.
It means Newbury finish in second place in the South West 1 East with 105 points, four clear of Old Patesians in third and seven adrift of champions Maidenhead.
Clevedon earned their spot in the play-offs by ending the season second in the South West 1 West with 99 points. They have won their last seven league games.