Clevedon Town players began training for the first time in over three months following last week’s FA announcement about the potential resumption of non-league football.

Clevedon Rugby Club’s new Director of Rugby Dave Owen says he is “incredibly proud and excited” to take on the role left by Nick Hill.

Over the past six years Mendip Spring has gone from strength to strength and this year has been no different with changes being made behind the scenes and on the golf course earlier in the year.

The England and Wales Cricket Board have plans for an “imminent and safe return” of recreational cricket around the weekend of July 4.

Clevedon RFC’s newly appointed Director of Rugby has said he is for looking for “lots of players to come” to their first training session after the easing of lockdown rules.

Portishead Town’s first-team management Eamonn Daly, Dave Hewitt and James Hughes have all agreed to stay at the club as they continue to develop their five-year plan.

Clevedon RFC are delighted to announce their new coaching team ahead of the 2020/21 Western Counties North campaign.

Whilst the 2019/20 Toolstation Western eague season might have been officially declared null and void due to the coronavirus pandemic, Clevedon Town did still manage to complete 35 league and cup matches.

The new manager of St George Easton in Gordano had called his appointment a “fantastic opportunity” despite feeling he has “unfinished business” with the club, writes Josh Thomas.

Clevedon Town’s chairman Brian Rose says he is ‘proud’ of the dedication shown by a team of volunteers, known as The Stadium Crew, doing a round of jobs at the Everyone Active Stadium.

“The proudest moment of my career would be signing for Sheffield Wednesday – coming out of a building site and going into professional football,” said Stuart Jones.

Clevedon Coastal Rowing club took part in the Fishguard and Goodwick Jemima Isolation challenge on Sunday.

Nailsea Cricket Club was rocked by the news that club legend Colin ‘Bert’ Ball had passed away on April 28.

Birmingham City Women’s Rebecca Holloway has said she is “living out her dream” as a professional footballer.

Back in May 2014, Nailsea Untied were looking to become the first team in the 21st century to win three Somerset League Premier Division titles in a row against Minehead.

Today (April 29) marks the one-year anniversary of my role as an apprentice sports reporter for the North Somerset Times and sister paper Weston Mercury.

Iraq Thomas has said it is “good to be back” at Congresbury Cricket Club after his return from Bristol West Indian Phoenix.

Clevedon Town have bolstered their coaching staff with the appointment of Lee Rendall as their new coach.

In light of government advice that all unnecessary social contact should stop during the coronavirus panemic, Bristol Karate Academy moved all their classes online.

On Thursday, the Football Association announced that the season would come to end with all results expunged and no promotion and relegation.

The Football Association has announced today due to the “challenging circumstances” that leagues in steps three to six will end with intermediate effect and all results expunged.

Ashton & Backwell United fell to a first defeat since November as first-half efforts from Tyler Davis and Elan Plummer handed Lebeq United a 2-0 win in Toolstation Western League Division One.

Ashton & Backwell United manager Stuart Jones said his side will keep ‘hunting for blood’ after their 2-0 win over Cheddar put them in the mix for promotion from Toolstation Western League Division One.

A local karate academy has donated £1,000 to the charity Cerebral Palsy Sport, writes Josh Thomas.

“It’s been absolutely incredible for the club, there’s not many things historically that Clevedon have had bigger than David Beckham coming to watch a game.”

Clevedon Town claim Beckham scalp

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Former England captain and Manchester United midfielder David Beckham was among those present to watch Clevedon Town under-18s take on Millfield School under-18s in a friendly at The Everyone Active Stadium on Wednesday night.

Ashton & Backwell United manager Stuart Jones has called on his side to ‘be braver’ ahead of their match with Bishop Sutton this weekend.

Asthon & Backwell United stretched their unbeaten run in Toolstation Western League Division One to six games after after claming a hard fought draw with Devizes Town.

Portishead Town coach Dave Hewitt has vowed his team will be stronger when they take on Corsham Town on Saturday (Januar 4).

Ashton & Backwell United’s season is in danger of “capitulating” says manager Stuart Jones.

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