Brian Rose was elected as the new president of Somerset County Cricket Club at their AGM on Monday.

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West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor will return to Somerset for the 2019 Vitality Blast campaign, the county have announced.

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Ben Green has become the latest Somerset player to commit his future to the county.

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Children and adults with any form of disability will have more opportunities to get involved in cricket after a major donation to Somerset Disabled Cricket Club.

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Spinner Leach signs Somerset extension

Thursday, January 17, 2019

England spinner Jack Leach has given Somerset members and supporters a New Year boost after signing a contract extension with the county.

Portishead Cricket Club’s newly formed female teams have been enjoying their recent outings.

A former South African Test cricketer will ply his trade in North Somerset next season.

Cleeve Cricket Club members celebrated the end of the season with an awards evening held at Yatton Masonic Hall.

Robert Humphreys as retired as secretary to the North Someret Youth Cricket League after 27 years.

Cleeve Cricket Club held its junior presentation evening at the Sinclair Pavilion.

Clevedon finished a highly successful season with victory over Potterne, having already secured the league championship the week before.

Despite being defeated by third-placed Downend, Clevedon have won the West of England Premier League with one game remaining.

Portishead were relegated after suffering a six-wicket defeat at the hands of Timsbury.

Nailsea have an outside chance of promotion with just one game of the season remaining.

League champions Backwell Flax Bourton cruised to their 16th victory of the season against Twyford House.

Cleeve moved into the promotion places after defeating Bristol West Indian Phoenix.

Clevedon Rugby Club defeat The Old Inn in the final of the Clevedon Community League to win the title.

Clevedon are one victory away from securing the WEPL championship title after defeating Goatacre at the weekend.

Cleeve kept up their promotion push with a six-wicket victory over St Mary Redcliffe.

Nailsea travelled to league leaders Frenchay with an inexperienced side and were well beaten, but remain in the promotion race.

Relegation-threatened Portishead lost again despite an excellent all-round display from stand-in skipper Rob Chick.

Portishead ladies softball cricket team were awarded the team of the day at the Brislington Festival.

Clevedon’s title aspirations were put on hold as rain wiped out their match against Bristol, but they still hold a healthy lead.

Backwell Flax Bourton kept up their title challenge with a comprehensive 10-wicket victory over Claverham.

Cleeve produced a fine performance to defeat league leaders Bath 3rd XI to remain in the promotion hunt.

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