CAMP Hill will enjoy a welcome break from league action when they take on Midlands Division One side Dunstablians in the Intermediate Cup.
The Haslucks Green Road side are struggling in the league after suffering four consecutive defeats.
Last week they were beaten by unbeaten Hereford as the visitors came out flying in the early stages of the game.
Full-back Sean Day opened the scoring after just three minutes to start Hereford's early push.
Home fly-half Simon Edwards then kicked a penalty but a forward drive from the visitors pack set up an opportunity for centre Des White to crash over the line.
Just minutes later lock Richard Preece increased Hereford's lead with a well-worked try but Edwards responded with another penalty to give Camps a chance in the second half.
After the break the hosts hard work paid off when loose-head prop Peter Koziot dived over however Edwards narrowly missed the conversion.
Dean Hallam and Edwards both exchanged penalties and at 14-18 the game could have gone either way.
But it was the table toppers who recorded the win as right win Adam Gwynne squeezed over in the corner.