CAMP HILL were in charge of the opening exchanges and from a well-won turnover ball, their pressure forced the visitors to concede a second minute penalty which was converted by centre Ian Briggs.
Then, after Bromsgrove’s fly half Duncan Roke missed a kick at goal, play swung back to his side’s territory and Briggs eased over his second penalty with still only six minutes played. The Worcestershire side gradually won more possession but the conditions meant that the error count was much higher than normal.
It was just past the half hour mark when stern defence in the home rearguard was pierced as centre James Lloyd-Jones collected and squeezed over for a try - the first Camps had conceded for a month.
There was little between the two sides in the second period and Roke landed a 48th minute penalty to give Bromsgrove a narrow lead. The visitors held on to the advantage to claim the victory, which also put an end to Camps’ impressive unbeaten run.