Six Nations Round 5 Results

17th March 2019, 09:19

"...and the winners are"

Six Nations Predictions

Matt Stephens ends up in first place courtesy of the high scoring draw between England and Scotland.

For the last two rounds Paul Scott has been top dog due to his points difference, but suffered because of that draw.

The remaining winners are Matt Hobbs, Marc McDonald, M. Concannon and Ivor Tingle.

Congratulations to you all and a great many thanks to all of you that have entered.

The prizes in order are: £100, £75, £50, £20, £10 and £5 and will be winging their way to winners next week.?

Thanks and Cheers, Weave & Crunch

News this week

9th March 2019

"Only four games left"

After 22 games...

These four games will no doubt put Clevedon supporters through the ringer, so you lovely first team boys ought to prevent that with a couple of good wins early on.

PureComms Sponsorship

14th March 2019

"Changing Rooms"

PureComms Sponsorship...

Purecomms take their sponsorship seriously.

As you can be seen in the image, they have created a changing room effect (without that unique smell!) at their offices and have hung rugby shirts for all their visitors to see.

They support both Clevedon and Nailsea & Backwell rugby clubs and without sponsors like PureComms rugby clubs like ours would struggle to make ends meet.

Thank you for your support.

Chew Valley 29 Clevedon 13

9th March 2019

Team:Jordan Mein, Matt Fisher, Lewis O'Brien, Adam Coles, Mitchell Jordan, Tom Thie, Ashley Vailes, Bryan Largenton, Matt Honour(c), Blaise Bosley, Warren Taylor, William Trollope, Toby Ford, Jack Crew, Gary Carpenter. Replacements: Ben Chase, Mitchell Jordan, Jack Fowler. Coaches: Nick Hill. Flag: Neil Tucker.

Weave: Big G on the charge...

There is no game next week. Clevedon's next game is at home to Chipping Sodbury on the 23rd March.

Why not get down to the club next week and watch all three internationals and make a day of it. Plenty of people will, so get down early and secure your spot - near the bar, loo or screen. It's your choice.

There's a few pints in it for you all!!

Chairman's Chirps

10 March 2019

"He's trying to find the words"

Six Nations Round 4 Results

10th March 2019, 17:50

"Only two with full marks"

Six Nations Predictions

There are only two people with a 12 from 12 record and they are Paul Scott and Matt Stephens.

Prizes are down to sixth place and the others are currently held by Colin Davies, Kev Lennox, Mike Blades and Paul Squires.

If you're nerdy enough to analyse the results yourself, you will soon realise that the points difference tie-breaker will decide the outcome. If Italy beat France and Ireland beat Wales then the top 6 will change dramatically and some people will be disappointed. The permutations are endless!

The prizes in order are: £100, £75, £50, £20, £10 and £5 - worth winning don't you think?

Cheers, Weave & Crunch

Forthcoming Events

26th January 2019

Forthcoming Events...Put the following dates in your diary to ensure you don't miss these exciting and fun-packed events. Also, ensure you book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Race Night...The first event will be a race night on Saturday, 9th February at 1930. Races and Jockeys are on sale at teh bar now and MUST be purchased before the event.

Six Nations Dinner...The second event is A Six Nations Dinner on the 15th March with guest speaker Mark "Ronnie" Reagan. Check in with Martyn behind the bar to secure your seats.

The third event is not until the end of the season on the weekend of the 25th to the 27th April, which is a charity match against the Royal Marines vets side and will incorporate a cider festival the whole weekend. More information can be obtained from that former Booty, Jim McVeigh.

Dinner and Dance...The final event will be the Annual Dinner and Dance at the Walton Park hotel on Friday, 10th May. See Mister Tucker for more info.

Minis and Juniors Twickenham ticket offer

9th January 2019

Direct from the RFU!

The Clash: Bath v Bristol

Bath Rugby host West Country rivals Bristol Bears in The Clash: A Gallagher Premiership showdown at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 6 April 2019 (KO 2pm).

This is a great opportunity for young, aspiring rugby players to see world-class rugby on the biggest stage and we are delighted to be able to bring your club an exclusive ticket offer:

* Adult Category 2 tickets: £15 (save 50%)

* Under-16 Category 2 tickets: £10

The Clash: Bath v Bristol

There will be a whole host of entertainment on offer before and after the match, making this a fantastic day out for the whole family.

Tickets can be purchased individually or collectively by contacting your Chairman Jim McVeigh, who will assist you with your request.

We look forward to welcoming your club to Twickenham in April.

A whole day of entertainment

Now in its third year, The Clash has built up an unrivalled reputation for its all-round entertainment offering: 80 minutes of rugby surrounded by music, activities and great food and drink to keep all the family happy. Get a taste of what's in store by watching the video here.

Content Wanted

14th August 2018

"Are you keen to write?"

Last season there were three part-time contributors under the headings of Chairman's Chirps, Onlooker's View and The Cheesies.

There was an occasional musing from Cobweb Corner, but as last season progressed, they stayed there fearing that relegation was inevitable.

They've stayed cocooned until now. Hopefully, their new found freedom will inspire them to begin their writing again as they will be eager for Clevedon to flourish in their new league.

England Internationals

14th August 2018

"Use these links to find out more"

Information about the Quilter Autumn internationals cab be found on the RFU website here.

The Six Nations 2019 information is here.


"Prevent concussion in rugby!"

It is crucial that all players, parents, coaches and officials are aware of the correct management of concussion.

Please use this link to look at the current RFU advice and management. It includes guidance for players, parents, coaches and officials.