TIMES are hard down at Haslucks Green Road as Camp Hill find themselves battling to get out of an horrendous losing streak.
The Midlands Division Two (west) side have lost the last six games in all competitions and sit in 11th place - just two points above 12th place Whitchurch.
Last weekend their run continued as the dropped more points away at Straftford-upon-Avon.
The game started slow and both teams struggled to stamp their authority on the encounter so it was down to the kickers to rally the scores.
Home fly half Jake White converted two penalties and Camps centre Simon Edwards kicked another to leave the score 6-3 at half time.
White's third penalty kick extended the hosts lead to six points before a sliced kick out of the Camp Hill defence was collected by Stratford's Will Franklin who released lock Chris Knight for a try.
Edwards then kicked his second penalty but a drive from the home side saw Knight grab the ball to dive over for his second score of the day. White added the extras and although Camps fought hard for the remainder of the game, they had no joy in adding to the score.
Meanwhile Camp Hill 2nds lost 29-10 at Haslucks Green Road to a combined 1st and 2nd team from Old Yardleians.