Ashon & Backwell held off a late Bristol Telephones fightback to go third in the Toolstation Western League Division One table and make it nine games unbeaten.

Saul Jarrett's second-half goal moved Ashton & Backwell United up to fifth place, four points behind leaders Calne Town with a game in hand, after a 2-1 win over Warminster Town.

Charlie Rich's last-gasp free-kick made it eight games unbeaten for Ashton & Backwell as they came from behind twice to grab a 3-3 draw with Corsham Town at the Recreation Ground.

Alex Wright has called on Clevedon Town to make the Everyone Active Stadium a 'difficult' place for teams to come, starting with their game against Hallen this afternoon.

Clevedon Town were knocked out of the Somerset FA Cup after a penalty shootout defeat to nine men Keynsham Town at the Everyone Active Stadium.

Ashton and Backwell stretched their unbeaten run to five games after being held to a 1-1 draw on Derby Day by Hengrove Athletic at Paprika Park.

Portishead Table Tennis Club member Dave Grounsell says he is 'truly honoured and humbled' to be the first lifetime member in the history of the club.

Ashton & Backwell United were left to rue their missed chances as Bobby Hopkinson's free-kick sent Camelford into the first round of the FA Vase at Trefrew Park on Saturday.

Ashton and Backwell left it late after Sam Thomas scored in the 92nd minute to beat Calne Town at Bremhill View last Saturday.

Rebecca Holloway says she is 'loving' her time with Birmingham City after signing this summer and is in line to make her debut at home to Everton this Sunday.

Micky Bell admits Clevedon Town's game this Saturday will be 'tough' when they take on Roman Glass St George in the FA Vase, writes Josh Thomas.

Bristol Manor Farm produced a five-star display as they moved into the next round of the FA Cup after defeating 10 men Clevedon Town in a seven goal thriller at the Everyone Active Hand Stadium today (Saturday).

Two goals from Calum Townsend and one from Paul Uppington saw Ashton and Backwell claim their first win of the season and claim an important three points over top of the table Wells City at The Athletic Ground on Saturday.

A fine all round performance saw Congresbury claim their third successive victory when they beat Bristol West Indies Phoenix Club by five wickets at the King George the V Playing Field last Saturday.

In North Somerset, in a town with a population of 15,630, a sport that preceeded tennis and came over to England from Ireland in 1851 is being played on a regular basis.

Congresbury secured a 13-run opening-day victory over promoted Bristol West Indian Phoenix at the Rose Green Centre.

Clevedon Town held their annual awards night to cap a brilliant season.

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