CAMP Hill are finding life difficult as they try to adapt to life in Midlands Division Two (West) and it won't be getting any easier as they travel to unbeaten Bromsgrove tomorrow.
A disappointing first half performance allowed current leaders, Dudley Kingswinford, to wrap up their third consecutive league victory.
The well-organised side were ahead early on as fly half Robbie Harlow kicked an early penalty then improved Andy Mcewan's eighth minute score.
Things went from bad to worse for Camp Hill as Ian Briggs missed a penalty and then Leigh Fraser added to a converted try from Gareth Davis.
Briggs made amends with a 20th minute penalty but centre Stefan Shillingford crashed over the line for the visitors and Foster added the extras.
In the second half DK kept up the pressure and added further converted tries from right wing Jon Shankland and Harlow.
But Camps battled back and relentless pressure eventually saw flanker Darren Forder squeeze over for his third try of the season. Briggs conversion attempt hit the post but he made no mistake when improving a maiden try for lock Rob Hill.