Bath & Wiltshire Schools Sports Trust - BWB

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U14s v Bridgewater - The Broad Shield

Report by Luke Banfield

On a cold and wet Tuesday evening BWB entertained Bridgewater at Odd Down playing fields.

Aaron was playing outfield at left back but picked up an injury from a heavy tackle. This put him out for the rest of the match and was replaced by Adam.

Swindon Town visit Bath

Report by Stefan Bruggers:


On Saturday, the 17th of January, the U14 hosted Swindon Town. The sun was out and Toby Harding was the referee, so it was all set for a good game of football. Damian stepped in as our manager for the game - due to Tim’s absence - and gave us the task of spending as much time in the attacking third as possible.

11s in Yeovil

Under 11s against Yeocil - Buble reports:

Yeovil Festival Action



Under 12 Team 1 - Chris Ransome reports:

the first half...

Joel and Willy match reports


Joel Rosser reports on under 11 game

On Saturday the Under 11s hosted Bournemouth in a friendly match.

Sheep reports

Under 12s match report by the Sheep


On the 10th of January BWB faced a team from Bournemouth who had travelled an hour and a half across country to arrive at Odd Down.

This was the U12s first match of the new year and we were all looking forward to a game after the long Christmas break without much football.

2015 account open

The under 10s, 11 and 12s were in action on Saturday in their first games of 2015.

Champion, a development centre from AFC Bournemouth, made the trek from the coast to compete in a series of games on a blowy and cold day in Bath.

Super smurfs!

A big well done to all the smurfs who partiipated in yesterday's annual bag pack at Sainsbury's in Bath.

Post-Xmas burn

The smurfs gathered on Monday to let off some steam and show off their new Christmas treats.

Training in the morning was followed by a ride on the cycle circuit, and then some crazy sprints around the bmx track.  The day was finished off with a mixed age tournament on the astro.

Bormiese freeriders


The 2014 Chriustmas ski trip returned yesterday following 7 days in the sun-drenched mountains.

45 made the journey and all returned with all limbs attached, full bellies and a bit of a tan as well as with tired legs and livers.

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