Defender Papis Mendy has today (Friday) signed for Weston Football Club.
Weston Athletic Club ladies excelled at the October Burnham 5k with a third place and three personal best times.
Winscombe Ladies Veterans managed to finish in third place at the Avon Women’s Masters Tournament.
The Hornettes Ladies welcomed Minehead Ladies to the ‘Nest’ on Sunday for their first home game of the season. It was a fine and sunny day and allowed for a flowing game of rugby.
Portishead Ladies are the league leades following their fourth victory of the season against Cheltenham Town.
Uphill Castle travaelled to Somerset County League Premier Division high fliers Nailea and Tickenham and gave a spirited performance.
Winscombe 20 - Chew Valley 21
Winscombe and Chew Valley met at Longfield on a beautiful autumn day and produced a thrilling encounter that any rugby fan would have been pleased to witness.
Weston overcame a ‘massive banana skin’ on Tuesday night, outclassing Brislington in the first round of the Somerset Premier Cup.
Clevedon athlete Maria Powell returned from Canada as a world champion in her age group at the ITU Multisport Championships.
A group of student champion sailors and windsurfers from The Kings of Wessex Academy met up with the executive headteacher and the chair of the governors.
Clevedon Swimming Club members took part in a Sprint Meet held at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.
Hornets Girls Under-15s enjoyed an emphatic victory in the local derby against Bridgwater.
A bumper crowd at Ashton & Backwell United were treated to an excellent display of attacking football from both sides.
Uphill Badminton Club’s juniors took on their Clevedon counterparts in two competitive matches.
Hornets Colts made the short trip to Chew Valley for their third round match of the Gloucester League, with both teams unbeaten in the competition so far this season.
A Ricky Bennett goal late on earned Cheddar a deserved 3-2 win at Bishops Lydeard
Uphill Castle FC have got themselves a super new sponsorship.
The annual charity match in memory of founder member and trustee Dave Fowler Senior was held by Clevedon Freshwater Angling Club.
Clevedon Tennis Club held its first social doubles tournament which proved a big hit with competitors.
The third week of the Clevedon District Snooker League was a cup week.
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.
Cheddar moved further up the table after their latest victory over second-bottom side Portishead Town.
Worle picked up all three points at home to Yatton & Cleeve to record a comfortable victory.
Uphill Castle Reserves got back to winning ways with an excellent victory at Wrington Redhill Reserves.
Team Mendip Ladies worked hard against Cheltenham Civil Service to record an excellent 5-2 victory
Winscombe Ladies clocked up their second league victory in two weeks, with a comfortable win over Firebrands.
Weston Hockey Club started the new season in fine style, defeating visitors Bristol University 8-2 at Priory.
A special course and grading was held for students of Weston Karate Club, held at the Worle Centre.
Uphill Badminton Club held its seventh handicap tournament with 80 players taking part.
A record turn-out of 382 runners took part in the first prom run of the nine race series hosted by Weston Athletic Club.
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