As the crowds gathered for day two of the Cleeve Beer, Cider & Gin Festival, coupled with the family fun day, Cleeve skipper, Glenn Lewin was keen the side put in a performance after several weeks of below par results. So, on winning the toss, Redcliffe were invited to bat first.

Clevedon moved up to second spot in the table, just one point behind leaders Downend, after this comfortable victory over Bristol.

Nailsea kept up their winning start to the season with a 57-run victory over Bradley Stoke.

Congresbury recorded a much-needed victory over Bath 2nd XI at the King George V Playing Field.

Clevedon 2nd XI cruised to a seven-wicket victory over Winterbourne thanks to an unbroken 165-run stand between John Bachelor and Will Carpenter.

Portishead held their nerve to enjoy a narrow one-wicket victory over Pak Bristolians.

Cleeve were beaten by six wickets away at Bath and slipped to sixth position in the league table.

Backwell Flax Bourton stretched their lead at the top of the table to 48 points thanks to a resounding eight-wicket victory over Claverham 2nd XI.

Clevedon cruised to a comfortable victory over Bedminster to claim third spot in the league, just seven points behind leaders Taunton St Andrews.

Nailsea eased to victory over second-placed Old Bristolians Westbury with a comfortable five-wicket win.

Maiden century for Kyran

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Portishead Cricket Club’s opening batsman, 15-year-old Kyran Garrett scored his maiden century for the Sunday Development XI.

Clevedon easily defeated Wadebridge to book their place in the regional final of the ECB Club Championship.

Cleeve were emphatically beaten by near neighbours Long Ashton by nine wickets in their latest league match.

Smashing innings by Ben

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

The Golf Club defeat the Gig Club in the latest round of the Community League held at Dial Hill.

Clevedon enjoyed an exciting five-run victory over league leaders Taunton St Andrrews.

Cleeve cruised to a comfortable 44-run victory over West United at home.

Cleeve Cricket Club is to celebrate its 70th anniversary in September with a dinner and a number of events during the summer.

Clevedon got back to winning ways with a comfortable five-wicket victory over Frocester.

Congresbury missed out on a chance to register back-to-back victories as they ended up 35 run short at home to Bristol 2nd XI.

After winning their first three matches, Nailsea 1st XI find themselves unbeaten and heading the league table.

Clevedon 2nd XI slipped to their first defeat of the season, falling 22 runs short of their target.

Cleeve registered an excellent one-wicket victory at Lodway, hitting the winning run off the last ball of the match.

The sun shone on Clevedon Rugby Club and Swiss Valley as the two teams battled it out in the Community League at Dial Hill.

Backwell Flax Bourton remain unbeaten as they defeated Midsomer Norton 2nd XI, who lost their last nine wickets for just six runs.

Claverham Cricket Club hosted the start of the Somerset Ladies Smash It Softball Cricket League.

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