With more grassroots sport getting the green light to return to action after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrate with another sports quiz?!
Yatton & Cleeve United have announced management changes to their three teams for the forthcoming 2020/21 season.
Weston FC’s football fun days are returning to The Optima Stadium, with changes to ensure they fully comply with government guidelines, where 20 places will be offered per day and split into groups of five children per one coach.
Weston Academy has restarted training as they prepare for another season developing talented young players.
Uphill Castle FC manager Anthony Askins said it was “brilliant” to see his team again in their first two training sessions back following the easing of the lockdown rules.
Weston Ladies, who recently set out plans to become the ‘best team in North Somerset’, have restarted training at The Optima Stadium.
With the Premier League back in action for the past few weeks now after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
Weston manager Scott Bartlett says Jarrad Welch leaving the club “is with a tinge of regret” after the midfielder signed for Merthyr Town, subject to FA approval.
With the Premier League back in action for the past couple of weeks after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
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In the last few years Weston have been blessed with talented players who have made the jump from non-league into the Football League.
Weston FC have announced that parts of the club will be reopened from July 4 starting with the FIFA quality 3G pitch and caravan site.
Here we present our latest quiz, comipled by the Press Association.
Weston walking footballers made a welcome return to training for the first time in over three months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The FA Cup is set to return this weekend after four months without action due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Newly appointed Weston Ladies manager Sarah Adams has said this is the ‘right moment’ to be in the charge of The Seagulls, writes Josh Thomas.
Weston’s player assistant manager Scott Laird was the latest to be interviewed by young reporters aged eight to 16 during the coronavirus pandemic, writes Josh Thomas and Josh Keyes.
Weston manager Scott Bartlett says the team have “come together even more” during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Ben Whitehead has described the moment his ‘season was over’ after injuring his anterior cruciate ligament during Weston’s 2-0 victory at Truro City early in the 2019-20 campaign.