Cricket

After promotion last year, confidence is high at Cleeve ahead of the new campaign.

Somerset County Cricket Club have announced the appointments of consulatant bowling coaches Heath Streak and Stuart Barnes.

Shaftesbury Road Cricket Club players travelled to Bath to take part in a special dodgeball competition for charity recently.

Brian Rose was elected as the new president of Somerset County Cricket Club at their AGM on Monday.

West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor will return to Somerset for the 2019 Vitality Blast campaign, the county have announced.

Ben Green has become the latest Somerset player to commit his future to the county.

Children and adults with any form of disability will have more opportunities to get involved in cricket after a major donation to Somerset Disabled Cricket Club.

Spinner Leach signs Somerset extension

Thursday, January 17, 2019

England spinner Jack Leach has given Somerset members and supporters a New Year boost after signing a contract extension with the county.

A weakened Uphill Castle side fell just short of victory against league leaders North Perrot.

Congresbury defeated Knowle at the King George V Playing Fields thanks to a century from Joe Thompson.

League champions Trull were too strong for Lympsham & Belvedere and won by 106 runs.

Cleeve Ducks recorded their first victory of the season in the Proper Job Weston Midweek League.

Weston were well beaten by Taunton by five wickets in their final match of the season.

Uphill Castle defeated Yeovil by just four runs to keep their survival hopes alive.

Lympsham and Belvedere continued their winning ways defeating Huish and Langport by 62 runs at home.

Weston seconds crashed to another heavy defeat, this time at home to Taunton.

On a day full of emotion, Weston First XI recorded an emphatic victory as they strolled to an eight-wicket victory over Shapwick and Polden.

Uphill Castle defeated fellow strugglers Wembdon by 19 runs in a low-scoring match.

Weston 2nd XI were comprehensively beaten by nine wickets and as a result were relegated.

Weston’s season was interrupted by rain again, this time away at Bishopston in Bristol.

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