It was Barnstaples fourth away win of the season and, coupled to a draw away to Old Reds, represented their best set of results on the road for three seasons. Quins were looking down the barrel at half-time they trailed 29-7 and two tries in the second half didnt worry Barum unduly. After Jordan Petherbridge potted a ninth-minute penalty, James went over from a scrum move and Petherbridge added the kick. James got a second try on 20 minutes that Petherbridge set up and converted. Quins got a try back, but by the time they scored again Barum were 36-7 up. A penalty try was awarded when the home scrum fell apart under pressure from Barums Mark Berry. Will Topps crossed for a try before the break and another 13 minutes after it. Quins got as close as 36-19 with a try, while Barum were a man down with Mike Peek in the sin-bin. James set up Ashlee Crouch for a try and scored the last one himself with two minutes to go. Petherbridge finished with six conversions and a penalty. Barnstaple are at home to newly crowned champions Redingensians this Saturday as their season draws to a close.