Weston Athletic Club’s annual Christmas Cracker race took place on Weston beach with more than 2,000 runners taking part.
Weston Athletic Club runners took part in the Full Monty Cute, a hilly 10-mile course in South Somerset.
Trophies were presented to Weston Golf Club ladies at their annual dinner.
Hornets Under-13s recorded a narrow victory over Bath in an entertaining match at the Nest.
Winscombe Colts defeated Hornets 25-24 in a terrific advert for colts’ rugby on the artificial pitch at Hornets.
A quartet of bowlers from St Andrews defeated Ilminster in the EIBA national fours championship.
Uphill B team lost 7-2 to league leaders Backwell, despite their best efforts.
Nearly all of Weston Open Badminton Club’s teams were in action last week.
Weston were well beaen by Radstock in the Somerset Super League Darts.
St Johns B are the leaders of the Weston and District Skittles League Division 1 table.
The Convicts are the leaders at Christmas in the Weston Mixed Cribbage League.
Yatton defeated near neighbours Weston 2nd XI to complete a satisfactory victory.
Weston slipped up at home to high-flying Woking, with defensive errors proving costly.
Hornets were no match for second-placed Okehampton, who ran away with the match in the second half.
Weston lost to Old Patesians on a muddy pitch with their unbeaten run coming to an end.
Winscombe returned from Wellington well beaten by a rampant home side, coached by former England player Graham Dawe.
A weakened Winscombe Ladies side put up a brave fight against Chard.
Cheddar recorded another victory to keep up the pressure on the Toolstation Western League leaders.
Former Winscombe Football Club president Hugh Fountain was remembered when the club named the stand in his honour.
Worle players were rewarded for their hard work getting the pitch playable by beating visitors Clutton.
Wrington Redhill A emerged on top in this five-goal thriller against Weston Celtic.
Worlebury Golf Club past captains held their bi-annual event, with 23 sitting down to lunch.
The Cases Somerset Rebels have completed their line-up for next season, with the return of a former club favourite.
Winscombe Ladies grabbed a point with a late equalising goal against Falmouth.
Saints Ladies produced an excellent victory over Taunton Deane in the National Fours competition.
Professional boxer Dean Dodge remains unbeaten as he prepares for his sixth bout.
Woodland Tennis Club held its junior trophy presentation to celebrate the club’s success.
Uphill Badminton Club A team finished on top in a thrilling contest against Chew Valley.
Laurago’s lost an exciting match 5-4 to Chew Valley in the North Somerset Badminton League.
Latest scores and results from the local skittle alleys in the area.
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