Weston’s Ryan Jones has secured a move to League One side Bristol Rovers, which is thought to be a substantial club record transfer fee, with the teenager re-joining The Seagulls on loan for the rest of the season.
Ollie Watkins introduced himself to the Premier League in explosive fashion as the forward fired a perfect first-half hat-trick to help Aston Villa beat defending champions Liverpool 7-2 at Villa Park this month.
Will Burns moved back into the championship lead in the Millers Oils Ginetta GT4 SuperCup after his best-ever weekend points score in the series with pole position, two wins and a second place finish at Croft.
Dayle Grubb scored his first goals since re-signing from Forest Green Rovers and a hat-trick from James Waite saw Weston move into the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup after hitting Larkhall Athletic for six in the Somerset Derby at The Optima Stadium.
Aston Villa’s record signing Ollie Watkins described scoring his first ever Premier League hat-trick as “unbelievable” after netting a first-half treble against league champions Liverpool in a stunning 7-2 victory.
Cheddar manager Shaun Potter said his side gave themselves “too much of a mountain to climb” after they fell to their third defeat in a row as Corsham Town maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-1 victory at Bowdens Park.
Weston manager Scott Bartlett expects his side to produce a “reaction” after their 3-1 loss to Tiverton Town ahead of their FA Cup tie with Swindon Supermarine at The Optima Stadium which will give his side the chance to “bounce back” following their first defeat of the season.
Weston manager Scott Bartlett has called Ryan Jones a “special talent” and a “level headed young man” but admitted “we will be sorry to see him go” amid speculation of a move to the Premier League after scouts have watched the teenager in recent weeks.