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.
Clevedon Cheetahs Under-9s defeated Worle to record their first victory of the season.
Clevedon Town Under-18s FA Youth Cup game against Sutton United has been put back until November 19.
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.
Clevedon Town lost to unbeaten Westbury United in an entertaining eight-goal encounter at the Hand Stadium.
A goal five minutes into added time denied Nailsea United victory at home to Middlezoy Rovers.
Kenn Valley took all the points against Portishead Town A after conceding an early penalty.
Clevedon Town produced a victory and a loss in two away matches in a week.
Ashton & Backwell United came out on top in an afternoon of contrasting fortunes against Bristol Telephones.
Nailsea United emerged 3-1 winners in the derby encounter with Clevedon United.
Swiss Valley Rangers Under-11 Girls produced an excellent performance to defeat Wembdon 8-1.
RMC Sports is holding spooky sports camps in Clevedon and Claverham and football camps in Portishead and Worle, during the October half term.
Clevedon Town recorded two wins in a week, one in the league and another in the Somerset Premier Cup.
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