Weston-super-Mare travelled to Taunton for their latest Somerset Super League darts match.
Weston-super-Mare host Concord Rangers in the National League South on the second Saturday of February.
Winscombe first XI were edged out by the odd goal in three when they hosted Clifton Robinson’s 3rd XI in a fast-paced top-of-the-table clash.
Uphill Castle Reserves ended Portishead Caledonian Thistle’s long unbeaten league run, which went back over two years, in emphatic style with a performance of high quality that took them to a 2-1 success.
Winscombe ladies were 1-0 winners when they travelled to Taunton Vale in what was billed as a ‘battle for survival’ with both teams needing the points to assist their bid to stay in the division.
Weston boss Marc McGregor is still setting his sights on the National League South playoffs, despite being hammered at Whitehawk on Saturday, writes Sam Frost.
Wrington Redhill bagged all three points when they won 4-1 away at Bridgwater Town Reserves.
Hornets Under-15 girls were 55-5 winners when they visited Kingswood for their latest action.
Uphill Badminton Club had three teams in action this week, along with a special visit for the junior club.
On a cold sunny morning, Hornets U12s entertained Weston U12s.
Worlebury made up for the disappointment of losing last year’s final and this year’s seniors equivalent, by winning the Somerset Bowl at Wells, against a good Burnham & Berrow side.
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