Swansea University secured victory against fellow strugglers Bristol, but complacency is still continuing to plague the side.
Swansea lost their focus after 70 minutes allowing Bristol to score their second try of the game.
Captain Richard Smart said: “We had a brilliant 70 minutes.
“We’re not used to being ahead, so the last 10 minutes we switched off.”
Swansea secured the win scoring four tries, the pick of them coming from a cross-field kick by the fly-half to the right-winger who scored in the corner.
Both sides received a yellow for foul play, although Bristol right-wing evaded a second after leniency over a stamping incident.
But Smart bemoaned the team’s drop in concentration.
“The concentration levels dropped in the last 10 minutes, and we need to get into the same attitude as we had last year where were winning games in the second half,” he added.
Swansea University 1sts 30-13 Bristol University 1sts