New Weston striker Irnti Rapai certainly had a debut to remember for the Seagulls at the weekend as he netted a crucial late equaliser for his new side away at National League South leaders Chelmsford City.
Weston clinched promotion to the WEPL Premier Division 2 with a comprehensive 208-run victory over North Petherton.
Weston began the new season with an exciting draw at home to Brixham
Somerset County RFU invited five ladies from Hornettes to take part in a rugby tour to Belfast.
Winscombe’s debut in the Tribute Western Counties North Division ended in defeat against Wells.
Hornets Colts proved too strong for close neighbours Weston in the first round of the Gloucester League.
Uphill Castle defeat Ashton United to book their place in the next round of the Somerset Senior Cup.
Worle Rangers enjoyed a winning start to the new season with a comfortable victory at Axbridge.
Injury-hit Cheddar have managed to sign two new players in a bid to get their season back on track.
Uphill Castle clinched promotion with a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over rivals Middlezoy.
St Andrews capped their most successful week of the season with victory in the final of the Somerset County Wedmore Plate.
Worlebury Golf Club ladies enjoyed a mixed week, with their Alliance team winning promotion, but losing in the final of the county Rogers Cup.
Cheddar judoka Toby Attwood returned to action after 18 months out to earn a silver medal at the Heart of England National Judo Championships.
Weston Athletic Club member Kieron Summers won the Oldbury Power Station 10-mile race, knocking more than six minutes off his 2013 time.
Four new faces turned up for the latest junior parkrun held in Weston, with 45 taking part in total.
Roger Orgee moved up to second place as he chases a third Castle Combe Formula Ford Championship in a row.
Vinnys Minis have been restarted at the Avenue Tennis Club in Burnham on Friday evenings.
Shiplate Farm Fisheries Hawthorns Lake record was smashed by Lewis Jones, who caught a massive 243 7ozs from the venue.
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Imogen Cracknell of St Andrews emerged the winner of the Weston Ladies’ Open Bowling Tournament.
Weston gained maximum points at home to Chard and remain favourites to clinch promotion with just one match remaining.
Lympsham & Belvedere emerged winners of the Somerset Cricket Board Minor Cup with victory over Trull with just two balls remaining.
Congresbury clinched the Bristol & District Senior Division championship title after a one-run victory away at Downend.
Uphill Castle need to win their final league match of the season to ensure promotion.
Winscombe clinched victory with a comprehensive 119-run victory over Chard.
Cheddar were narrowly defeated by visitors Wincanton Town as their disappoint start to the season continues.
St Andrews bowler Imogen Cracknell topped a memorable week when she was named in the England Under-18 team for a test match against Wales at Clevedon.
Victoria enjoyed a comprehensive victory over Ashcombe Crusaders to reach the final of the Over-60s Knockout Cup.
Former captain Pete Phillips and Paul Gardiner emerged winners in the Commemoration Cup at Worlebury, winning on the last hole.
Will Burns enjoyed a promising day of racing in the latest rounds of the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship at Rockingham.
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