Rugby

Yatton under-15s were left hard done by after a 51-12 loss to North Bristol.

Adam Weaver Josh Moss Jake Damaral

Yatton under-15s took plenty of positives from their clash with Clevedon, despite it ending in a one-sided 78-0 loss.

Jake Damaral Adam Weaver

Nailsea & Backwell Rugby Club had a special visit from Bristol Bears Women’s star Amelia Buckland-Hurry last week.

Understrength Yatton under-15s began the second half of their season with a heavy defeat at Gordano.

Josh Moss

Nailsea & Backwell claimed a deserved 24-14 win on a rare day out at Oldfield Old Boys.

Ben Perfect Joe Reed Bath

Clevedon head coach Nick Hill praised his side after their 27-14 defeat against leaders Midsomer Norton.

Clevedon

Nailsea & Backwell ran out convincing 59-7 winners over Hornets seconds on their return to action after Christmas.

Ben Perfect Joe Reed

Money donated in memory of a PE teacher and rugby player has been used to inspire the next generation of sports stars.

Nailsea Yatton

Clevedon lost a hard fought encounter at Matson, with the conditions making it difficult to play expansive rugby.

Nailsea & Backwell emerged narrow one-point winners over Yatton in this hard-fought derby encounter.

An understrength Clevedon side slipped to defeat at Wells in a low-scoring encounter.

Nailsea & Backwell Under-12s got back to winning ways with victory at a combined St Brendan’s and Lockleaze team.

A comprehensive victory over Chosen Hill saw Clevedon return to winning ways in the league.

Nailsea & Backwell lost to Burnham by just one point and also relinquished their unbeaten home record in the process.

Undefeated Wiveliscombe proved too strong for visitors Yatton.

Clevedon Town completed the double over Hengrove Athletic in the league, but were knocked out of the Les Phillips Cup in a midweek tie.

Clevedon suffered a tough match at Chipping Sodbury, going down 43-10 to the hosts.

Nailsea & Backwell took the lead for the first time against Old Redcliffianswith 20 minutes to go to run out comfortable winners.

Gordano narrowly lost to third-placed Chew Valley when the hosts scored a late try.

Nailsea & Backwell 2nd XV came from behind to defeat St Brendan’s.

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