Football

Weston slipped up at home to high-flying Woking, with defensive errors proving costly.

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.

Exciting match for Laurago’s

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Laurago’s lost an exciting match 5-4 to Chew Valley in the North Somerset Badminton League.

Cheddar are back in league action on Saturday after last week’s match was postponed because of a fixture pile-up.

Weston Mendip Ladies reached the semi-final of the Somerset County Cup with this emphatic victory over Ilminster Town Reserves.

Wrington Redhill held league leaders Frys Club to a draw after playing the last half-hour with 10 men.

Glenvir Hayer earned his seventh international cap when he was part of the Panjab side which took on Yorkshire.

Cup success for Worle Reserves

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Worle Reserves defeated Clapton-in-Gordano to move into the next round of the Atwell Shield.

Weston boss Marc McGregor has hailed the performance Tom Llewellyn in the Seagulls’ defeat at Welling United, after the teenage starlet marked his first league start with a stunning goal.

Cheesemen rained off

Friday, November 16, 2018

Cheddar’s match against Warminster Town last Saturday was called off due to the playing surface being waterlogged.

Worle were held to a draw by Nailsea & Tickenham in their latest league encounter.

Churchill Club 70 kept their unbeaten record after recording a draw with Wrington Redhill Reserves.

Weston Mendip Ladies were narrowly beaten by league leaders Plymouth Argyle.

Draycott Ladies completedly overwhelmed Hamilton and netted 22 goals to break many club records.

Weston’s dreams of pulling off an FA Cup shock and making the second round were dashed as Wrexham claimed a 2-0 win at the Woodspring Stadium on Sunday.

Having enjoyed their best week of the season, Weston’s attention now turns to Sunday’s eagerly-awaited FA Cup first round tie with Wrexham at the Woodspring Stadium.

After three months of misery for Weston supporters, the Seagulls’ season is finally heading in the right direction after picking up four points this week.

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