Bath & Wiltshire Schools Sports Trust - BWB

All set for Barcelona

The under 13s and 14s travel to Barcelona on Thursday morning to compete in the Barcelona Cup.  The boys will be away for 5 days so watch this space for all the news.

Wacky Wednesday!

The BWBs were busy tonight with fourn teams in action!

The under 10s and under 11s entertained Weston Super MAre at home and by all accounts played very well!  Away the 11s adn 12s were ina ction agaianst Swindon Town FC.  Here are some reports from the boys:

Fin the Sheep & nthe 12s:


Capt Lott sparks good performance

Video Tower erect!


With the season now well underway, the match analysis programme will now take shape following the erection of a platform at Odd Down kindly provided by the Noad family's scaffolding company in Bath.  

The platform will allow us to video the games from an elavated position so that the movement and shape of individuals and the team can be more closely analysed.

Captain's log

Fever Pitch

Busy day in Smurfland.  

Packed weekend ahead

The Smurfs are in full swing this weekend.  The 10s kick things off with training at Odd Down.  Meanwhile, one group of the 11s will travel to Woking in the Shires Cup, and another will play Gloucester at home.  The under 12s travel to Weston Super Mare adn then on Monday the 13s will play Gloucestershire.  

Wednesday will see the 10s and 11s play Swindon and WSM, and then finally on Thursday the 13s and 14s travel to Barcelona for a tournament.  

Ironman scorcher opens the gates

The annual encounter with Millfield was the first in Bath for many years.   With a large squad, the smurfs used the pace of the wet surface well and caused Millfield to open up which allowed the homeside to attack down the flanks as well as find penetrating passes through the middle.

10's Gloucester test

Instead of training on Wednesday, the 10s had a friendly against Gloucester U10s at Keynsham.

It was a tough test as always agianst the Cotswold side, and despite some good play, mistakes in our own half were punished well by the opposition.  Pleasing was the manner in which the smurfs contiued to play their 'risky' strategy and there is no doubt they would have learned from the experience.

Birthday boy gets 4

The BWB 13s entertained Millfield under the lights and in the drizzle on Tuesday.

With a somewhat depleted squad, the Millfield boys did not pose much of a challenge, so the 13s were given numerous challenges to work through in order to score their goals.

In doing so the exercise became worthwhile and birthday boys Abe helped himself to four goals, whilst the rest of us helped ourselves to his cake!

Training on Weds!

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