Cinderford got their preparations for the 21/22 season off to the perfect start with a hugely encouraging display at Billesley Common.
The Forest team travelled with a squad of 30 players with the match being played over 4×20 minute sessions. The first session saw the home side pressing hard for the opening score, but when Cinderford secured a turnover the momentum of play swung towards them and they gradually worked their way downfield before a well-executed lineout catch and drive enabled hooker Nathan Taylor to score an unconverted try.
The second session followed a similar pattern with Joe Mullis stretching the lead from another attacking lineout.
Birmingham Moseley hit back in the third session with a couple of tries, the second of which was converted to put them 12-10 ahead, but the visitors responded when scrum-half Jimmy Williams darted over for a try down the blindside.
The final session began with the home team quickly re-taking the lead with a converted try, however it was Cinderford who finished the stronger and patient approach play saw a penalty kicked into the corner and Sam Baker was driven over for their fourth try, which Reece Boughton converted.
Cinderford; Tim Andrew, George Angell, Mike Austin, Sam Baker, Will Baldwin, Ed Bogue, Reece Boughton, George Boulton, Tim Brockett, Alex Chalkin, James Elliot, George Evans, Jamie Forrester, Harry Hone (Capt.), Jonny Holliday, Tyler Jerrum, Ryan Kibble, Hak Sami, Zac Littlefair, Paul Morgan, Joe Mullis, Rowan Mullis, Dan Nicholls, Toby Powell, Jack Preece, Aaron Ryan, Ed Sheldon, Jack Shields, Nathan Taylor, Jimmy Williams.