Weston Cricket Club is to run the All Star programme again this year, aimed at five to eight-year-olds.

A big-hitting Aussie has signed for Uphill Castle Cricket Club, hoping to return home with silverware.

Burnham Cricket Club celebrated its 156th season with their annual awards evening.

Three Weston-super-Mare teenagers must raise more than £1,800 each to go on the experience of a lifetime.

Weston clinched promotion to the WEPL Premier Division 2 with a comprehensive 208-run victory over North Petherton.

Uphill Castle clinched promotion with a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over rivals Middlezoy.

County cricket teams snap up overseas stars every year in the hope those big name players can attract titles and crowds. This is also the case in the lower leagues, and this year an aggressive batsman from Trinidad made all the difference to a North Somerset side. Reporter Sarah Robinson has taken a look at Congresbury Cricket Club’s hugely successful season – and the impact signing an overseas player can have.

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.

Weston fell just four runs short against a Somerset XI in a James Hildreth benefit year match, which also raised fund for charity.

Uphill Castle’s promotion hopes took a knock as they slipped to a last-ball defeat against Taunton Deane.

One more victory from the final two matches will guarantee Congresbury promotion back to the WEPL.

Lympsham and Belvedere gained promotion with a comprehensive victory over nearest rivals Wellington.

Clevedon suffered another batting collapse, this time the last seven batsmen making just nine runs between them.

Weston ground out victory against Wembdon to remain top of the table with just three matches remaining.

Uphill Castle lost out in their top of the table clash with Frome, but remain in second spot.

Somerset Women’s captain Sophie Luff hit the winning runs for her side against Loughborough Lightning at Taunton.

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