Nailsea & Tickenham travelled to Clutton with the intention of continuing their unbeaten run in the Uhlsport Somerset League Premier Division, where they are top of the table.

Portishead Town paid the price after two missed penalties allowed Almondsbury to come from behind and steal the win.

Ashton & Backwell United scored three goals in the final 20 minutes as they came from behind to beat Radstock Town 3-1 in Toolstation Western League Division One at the Lancer Scott Stadium to make it six wins in a row.

Luke Osgood scored twice and set up anther to help Nailsea & Tickenham secure their third win in a row against Mendip Broadwalk.

Ashton & Backwell United continued their recent good run of form as they picked up their fifth win in a row at Sherborne.

Ashton & Backwell United manager Stuart Jones says he will do “whatever it takes” to make sure The Stags have a good campaign and continue their good start to the Toolstation Western League Division One season.

David Rhys Jones paid tribute to former bowls partner and friend of 57 years David Bryant by calling him ‘the greatest bowler the world has ever seen’ after his death at the age of 88.

Portishead’s Harvey Lathrope put in another good performance in round two of the British Mini Bikes at the Lydd Kart Circuit.

David Bryant, the winner of five Commonwealth gold medals, 11 World Outdoor Bowls Championship medals and nine titles at the World Indoor Championships, has died at the age of 88.

Ashton & Backwell United, Clevedon Town and Portishead Town have all found out their opponments in the FA Vase, FA Cup and FA Youth Cup.

Mitch Osmond’s second-half penalty secured Clevedon Town their first victory over local rivals Weston for the first time since 2001 with a narrow 1-0 win at The Everyone Active Stadium.

Clevedon Town’s head coach Alex White expects today’s pre-season friendly with Weston will provide his side with a “great test” to compete with some of the “best” sides around.

A limited numbers of fans at clubs in steps three to six of the National League System have been allowed to attend games once again.

Pre-season friendlies are more about performance than results but Ashton & Backwell United managed a good performance and fine result over Bridgwater Town on Saturday.

Royals Five coach Lynne Giles has heaped praised onto her “very special bunch” of players, following a 100 per cent record in their first-ever season in adult netball in Division Two of the Weston & District League.

Clevedon’s newly appointed head coach Nick George says it is a “real positive time” to be at the club after he was named alongside Dave Owen and Jon Vickers as their new coaching staff, writes Josh Thomas.

Clevedon’s new boys took centre stage, as James Regan and Max Horton played starring roles in a five-wicket victory over Winterbourne.

Clevedon Town’s newly appointed coach Lee Rendall says he feels they can surprise a few people ahead of the upcoming 2020-21 season.

Clevedon’s new signing Ryan Thorpe says they will “bounce back” when they travel to Winterbourne this weekend, following their five-wicket defeat at home to Bedminster.

Clevedon captain Jake Lintott said it was “really good” to be back despite their long-awaited return to action ending in defeat against Bedminster at Dial Hill on Saturday, writes Josh Thomas.

Clevedon CC’s Director of Cricket John Bachelor says he is “chuffed to bits” that all four sides will make their long-awaited return to action this weekend, with friendlies against Bedminster.

Lucas Vowles has left Clevedon Town to sign for Southern League sude Bristol Manor Farm, where he will join another ex-Seasiders player in Tyler Ashmead.

Clevedon Swimming Club have launched a Crowdfunder campaign this week asking supporters to donate whatever they can to help them stay financially stable during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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.

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