Lympsham cricket Sophie Luff has earned herself another award, this time from the Independent newspaper.
WESTON-SUPER-MARE will welcome some of the world’s biggest names in world cricket, when Weston Cricket Club host touring side Lashings All Stars.
Weston cricketer Matt Blamire played his part in England’s victory in the first international tournament in physical disability.
Somerset County Cricket Club Weston area will be holding their annual meeting/forum on October 14.
The Tonkerfest held in aid of Peter Trego’s benefit year was a big hit for players and supporters.
Weston ended their season in fine style with a nine-wicket victory over Thornbury.
Uphill Castle’s George Cox blasted the Ashbrittle attack to finish on 152 not out, as Uphill ran out by 140 runs.
Lympsham’s last game of the season endedin a 64-run defeat at Wincanton.
Belvedere secured promotion with victory over neighbours Weston 3rd XI.
Weston opening bowler Charl Willoughby picked up six wickets for the second week in succession against Lechlade.
The Stowford Press Big Bash returns on Sunday at Uphill Castle.
Weston 3rd XI were held to a draw in a rain-affected match against Lydford.
Winscombe’s season was ended by the rain, when in a good position against Bridgwater.
Lympsham’s match against top of the table Long Sutton was interruped by thunderstorms.
Belvedere 2nd XI sit in one of the relegation places with just one match to go.
Weston continued their fine form at home, defeating Cheltenham by 118 runs.
Uphill Castle crumbled in their run chase at North Perrott, despite a mid-innings recovery.
Lympsham avenged an earlier defeat in the season against Uphill Castle.
Weston 2nd XI lost an exciting match at Cheltenham by just four runs.
A ‘Tonkerfest’ is being held at Uphill Castle and Weston cricket club in aid of Peter Trego’s benefit year.
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