Clevedon closed the gap on league leaders Bath by one point as both sides saw their matches abandoned by the wet weather.

Nailsea 2nd XI fell well short in their run chase at home to Timsbury.

Blue Flame Cricket Club celebrated its 25th anniversary with a gathering at the pub in Nailsea.

Cleeve lost their latest league match at home to Bedminster.

Claverham were soundly beaten by Keynsham to keep the North Somerset side battling against relegation.

Backwell Flax Bourton gained maximum points in a top of the table clash against Bradley Stoke.

A team comprising of Clevedon 20:20 Community League players were successful in a match played against the Misfits.

In a top of the table clash, Bath emerged the winners against hosts Clevedon, running out winners by five wickets.

Backwell Flax Bourton extended their lead at the top of the B&D Division 5 with a comfortable victory over Civil Service.

Cleeve finished 56 runs short in their run chase against Twyford House.

Claverham 2nd XI suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of YMCA, who reached their target after 22 overs.

Clevedon Round Table defeated the Triangle Misfits in the latest round of the Clevedon Community 20:20 League.

Clevedon top order batsman Max Curtis scored 92 not out to help the Seasiders to a narrow victory over Frocester.

Despite losing by 192 runs against Taunton St Andrews, Claverham moved off the bottom of the table thanks to batting bonus points.

Cleeve moved up to third spot in the league table after defeating Bohemians by five wickets.

Thrilling victory

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Backwell Flax Bourton emerged winners against Congresbury in an exciting match which keeps them on target with their promotion push.

The Blue Flame Inn emerged as narrow winners in this exciting encounter against Cotham Porter Stores.

A village cricket club has thanked a North Somerset health club for a decade of sponsorship and says the financial assistance it has received has helped to grow the game.


Clevedon captain Jacob Lintott continued his impressive form with the ball, by destroying Downend’s batting line-up to help his side to another victory.

Claverham fell just short of maximum batting points as they suffered defeat at Shapwick & Polden.

Cleeve cruised to a 156-run victory over local rivals Lodway, with Sam Williams taking five wickets.

Backwell Flax Bourton moved up to third spot in the league after a 53-run victory over Bristol Lions.

Jake Rowe emerged as the player of the match for Clevedon in an excellent victory away at Bridgwater.

Claverham produced a thrilling finale to the game against Bishopston, the last pairing scoring six runs to win the match.

Cleeve’s last pair of batsmen put on 48 for the last wicket to earn victory against West United.

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