Friday, June 26, 2015

Milton Nomads Under-14s lost in the final of the Banwell six-a-side tournament in a penalty shoot-out.

Team Mendip Under-12s.

Team Mendip Under-12s on the Brislington tournament on penalties.

Weston Football Club could not come to an agreement with Bristol City to stage a pre-season friendly this year.

Nadine Grogan and Nicole Flourentzou.

Team Mendip football players Nadine Grogan and Nicole Flourentzou were both selected to play for Somerset ladies.

Weston FC half-term course  children with thier trophies.

THE dust may have settled on another Premier League season and Wembley Way cleared after the FA Cup final, but the dreams of young Weston footballers burned bright over half-term.

Weston FC V Clevedon.

The Sports Active Seagulls Community Trust held its first county walking football tournament @Worle.

Paul McLoughlin, a UEFA B licence coach, is holding coaching sessions at Clevedon School.

Team Mendip.

Hutton Under-13s girls finished as champions of the SCI Brean Tournament.

Weston Super Seagulls clinched the Weston & District League Division 1 championship, their fifth title in a row.

Weston’s opponents for next season’s Vanarama Conference South have now been finalised.

Hutton girls Under-15s.

Hutton Under-15 girls finished their season with a draw under floodlights at Forest Green Rovers.

South Park Rangers Reserves post match team photo

South Park Rangers Reserves won a thrilling Keyes Cup final, beating Clevedon United B 4-3.

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Weston Football Club can look back over the past season with satisfaction after reaching the first round proper of the FA Cup and maintaining their Vanarama South status.

Winscombe Football Club.

Winscombe won the Somerset County Division 2 Cup after defeating Ashton & Backwell Reserves 1-0.

Wrington Redhill Reserves title hopes was dashed by a defeat by Wedmore.

Jake Llewellyn.

Weston left-sided defender Jake Llewellyn has signed a new one-year deal with the club.

Worle AFC V Winscombe.

Langford Rovers enjoyed a comfortable victory over Portishead Town Reserves.

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Weston Under-18s squad is flying high having lifted both the Somerset Floodlight Youth League Premier Division Cup and the Roger Stone Memorial Cup.

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Wrington Redhill Reserves suffered an off night in their encounter against Kenn Valley.

Cheddar Ladies FC.

Cheddar Ladies gave a creditable performance in only their second ever game, against a talented Wedmore side.

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