Victoria convincingly defeated Ashcombe to reach the final of the North Somerset Cup.
A family day for sportsmen and women was held at Congresbury Bowling Club.
Banwell recorded an excellent county league victory over Ilminster, the reigning league champions.
Victoria have been drawn away to North Petherton in the semi-final of the Turnbull Cup after defeating Banwell.
Clarence defeat Mark Moor by 74 shots to reach the next round of the Wedmore Plate.
St Andrews defeated Minehead in the opening round of the Somerset County Wedmore Plate.
Victoria Bowls Club members got through to all four of the main finals of the 95th Weston Men’s Open Bowls Tournament.
Four St Andrews players reached the semi-finals of the Weston Open Bowls Tournament.
Four skittles teams contested the annual Brian Bancroft memorial tournament.
Victoria’s interest in the National Double Rink competition ended when they were defeated by two strong rinks from Bristol.
A team from Victoria won the open triples tournament at the 95th Weston Men’s Open Bowls Tournament held at Clarence Park.
St Andrews bowler Malcolm Simpson reached the last 16 of the Somerset County singles with a shock victory over Middleton Cup player Ryan Hooper.
Winscombe Bowling Club is holding an open day on July 3.
Visually Impaired Bowls England team manager David Stott returned home to Weston having enjoyed a successful tour to Israel.
Clarence defeated St Andrews to claim the Jim McClelland Cup, despite losing on three rinks.
St Andrews Bowling Club member Tony Steer has been appointed president of the Somerset County Indoor Bowling Association.
The Weston & District Skittles League held its presentation evening at Batch Country Hotel in Lympsham.
All three of Ashcombe Park’s league teams registered fine victories in the Somerset County League.
A team from Kewstoke Short Mat Bowls Club won a charity event held at Hardwicke.
Clarence B secured a well-deserved victory against Portishead in the Somerset County League.
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