Cleeve Cricket Club is looking for more members to join for the new season.
The Community 20:20 Cricket League will starts its fifth year with an exciting new format, with promotion and relegation.
Nailsea Cricket Club is to start cricket nets soon at Nailsea School and The Downs School in Wraxall.
Nailsea have been promoted for the second time in three years, this time as champions
Failand & Portbury gained promotion, a reward for hard work over the past three years.
Clevedon Rugby Club defeated the Royal Oak to win finals day at the Clevedon 20:20 Community League.
The Clevedon 20:20 Community League finals day takes place on Sunday.
Clevedon crashed to a 96-run defeat at the hands of West of England Premier One league leaders Frocester.
The Royal Oak and Clevedon Rugby Club have both reached the final of the Clevedon Community 20:20 League.
Nailea 1st XI maintained their title challenge with a four-wicket victory against Dyrham and Hinton.
Claverham fell short by 30 runs in a run fest at Bath.
Blue Flame got back to winning ways with a home victory over the Venturers.
Clevedon eased their relegation fears with a comfortable victory against Potterne.
Despite scoring 225, Nailsea 3rd XI were beaten by 10 wickets.
Blue Flame slumped to their first defeat of the season against Failand and Portbury.
A victory over fellow strugglers Taunton St Andrews, saw Clevedon move up two places in the league table.
Claverham slipped to just their second defeat of the season away at Midsomer Norton.
Nailsea Seconds moved up the league table with victory over Thornbury.
Blue Flame defeat a Clevedon Community League side by 57 runs, with man of the match Paul Bryant scoring a century.
Clevedon slipped into the relegation zone after losing to Bridgwater.
League leaders Claverham cruised to a comfortable victory over Stapleton, with Lloyd Richardson top scoring with 143 not out.
Nailsea produced their third consecutive nine-wicket victory to keep their promotion hopes alive.
The Clevedon Community League enjoyed another close match against The Misfits, going down in an exciting end to the game.
Blue Flame’s latest match against Middlezoy was thwarted by rain at the halfway stage.
Clevedon lost to Downend by just 13 runs in an absorbing contest at Dial Hill.
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