Bath & Wiltshire Schools Sports Trust - BWB

Saturday blast from the past

Good on the grass

The 11s train has been somewhat slowed in recent weeks with the conversion back to playing on the real, bumpy stuff, so the chance to play at Millfield ahead of the weekend's semi-final was well planned.

Sunday Blast from the Past

BWB Babies in action

A mixture of 9s and 10s played Castle Combe this afternoon in a series of 5-a-side and 7-a-side games at Chilcompton.  It was a useful practice following the below par performance last week, and it was nice to see some action on grass again.

Festival Fun in the sun

BWB hosted a mini festival with Torbay and Gloucester under the Chilcompton sun this morning.  BWB entered two teams after Bristol failed to keep their commitment to take part, but it was a good run out on grass as most of the play in recent months has been all on astro turf.

Friday Blast from the past

Guess the players and the year group of former BWBs.  Do you know what they are doing now?!

'The act of facing overwhelming odds produces greatness'

Another Friday night game under floodlights saw the 13s meet a specific challenge which required both intelligence and heart to overcome.

Bath & Wiltshire through to Regionals

The under 11s competed in a four team 7-a-side tournament on Wednesday to determine who would go through to the south west regional finals.  

With the West Wiltshire boys already through as Wiltshire Champions because Swindon did not want to play, the Bath boys needed to beat Yeovil and North Somerset to earn their place in the finals. 

Boxercise Action

Short clip from the boxercise session last week; the boys seem to be better with their feet than their hands...

The Trust announces partnership

 

Good news for the young people in Bath; two sports bodies in the Bath area are teaming up to provide more and better sporting opportunities for primary school aged children.

The Bath & Wiltshire School Sport Trust has pledged funding and support to the B&NES School Sport Partnership to deliver a series of festivals and tournaments across a variety of sports for the next academic year.

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