Clevedon Town progressed to the next round of the Les Phillips Cup, but lost out to second-placed Willand Rovers in the league.
Ashton & Backwell slipped up at home to Chard Town, with the visitors taking the three points back home.
Clevedon United Under-9 Girls overcame a stern test against Whitchurch, running out comfortable winners.
Despite conceding a goal in the first minute, Kenn Valley hit back to win an exciting match 3-2.
Nailsea & Backwell 2nd XV came from behind to defeat St Brendan’s.
Clevedon Cheetahs Under-9s defeated Worle to record their first victory of the season.
Nailsea & Backwell Under-12s and Old Bristolians took part in two well-balanced matches.
Epic Martial Arts club captain Kam Doyle became a double world champion, while Alex Fellender-Evans also became world champion at the WAKO World Kickboxing Championships.
Racing driver James Russell was part of Team BRIT which won their class at a six-hour relay race at Silverstone.
Backwell Swimming Club gave an excellent performance at Plymouth to finish in fourth place in the Arena Swimming League.
North Somerset men’s first team enjoyed an emphatic win over Duchy, netting nine times at Gordano School.
Nailsea Ladies kept up the pressure on the league leaders with victory over Cheddar.
Clevedon Ladies returned to winning ways with victory over Redland.
Clevedon Golf Club Ladies A team has secured promotion to Division 1 of the Bristol & District Ladies Golf Alliance.
Backwell Tennis Club’s third team captured the Late Summer League title.
A LTA Monster Smash event was held at Portishead Tennis Club.
A local community projects award has been won by North Somerset Tennis Academy.
Clevedon Athletic Club member Debbie Powell has completed five of the six major world marathons after finishing the New York Marathon.
Clevedon Freshwater Angling Club member Mark Bromsgrove finished top at the club’s latest competition at Kingston Seymour.
Latest cribbage league tables from the Nailsea & District League and the Yatton & Clevedon League.
Clevedon Town Under-18s FA Youth Cup game against Sutton United has been put back until November 19.
A young Clevedon side gave a fine performance to record their first away victory of the season.
Nailsea & Backwell Rugby Club fielded three girls’ teams for the first time as they took on Minehead.
Gordano gave another battling display, but once again found themselves on another narrow defeat.
An injury-hit Yatton squad came up short in the local encounter with Burnham.
Clevedon Town failed to break down a Wellington side that played most of the second half with 10 men.
Ashton & Backwell United kept up the pressure on the league leaders with victory at Radstock Town.
Clevedon Town Under-18s remain unbeaten this season and have reached round two of the FA Youth Cup.
A late goal by Nailsea United gave them all three points against bottom club Odd Down Reserves.
Nailsea & Tickenham Reserves scored an injury time goal to defeat league leaders Saltford.
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