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Monday December 6
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SOUTH WEST WEATHER provided by the Met Office

Monday December 6
South West Weather forecast provided by the Met Office click here

FOOTBALL LEAGUE CUP regional results

EFL Cup first round results 
Cardiff City 3-2 Sutton Utd
Bristol Rovers 0-2 Cheltenham Town
Cambridge Utd 0-0 Swindon Town - Cambridge 3-1 pens
Exeter City 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers - Wycombe 4-3 pens
Forest Green Rovers 2-2 Bristol City - Forest Green 6-5 pens 
Ipswich Town 0-1 Newport County AFC
Peterborough Utd 0-4 Plymouth Argyle 
Reading 0-3 Swansea City

HANDBALL on twitter - a SWSN regional guide

Joe Trent  Poole PhoenixHaving played handball - albeit briefly - I can attest to what a great team game it is.

Any new community sports club needs as much support as they can get to spread the word so we are again offering a free service to any handball clubs in South West England or South Wales to contact us @swsportsnews if they are not included on the following list...


CRICKET Cornwall and Wales produce first class upsets

NCCA-Logo MasterCornwall and Wales NC produced the upsets in today’s Showcase Matches between first-class and National Counties. 

Cornwall defeated Somerset by five wickets at Taunton and Wales continued their excellent season by holding their nerve to triumph by three wickets against Glamorgan in Cardiff. 


KORFBALL on twitter - a SWSN regional guide

Bristol Thunder korfball Korfball is an eight-a-side mixed gender sport with elements of basketball, netball and handball which originates from the Netherlands.

Played by teams of four females and four males, korfball is a fast growing team sport which has captured the imagination of our region.


NATIONAL COUNTIES TROPHY quarter final nail biter

NCCA-Logo MasterThe remaining five places in the quarter-finals of the National Counties Trophy will be up for grabs in a fascinating final round of group matches today – weather-permitting. 

Cumbria, Cambridgeshire and Wales NC all qualified for the last eight last weekend. Cumbria and Cambridgeshire, the only unbeaten sides in the competition, will secure home advantage in the quarter-finals on July 18 if they can beat Shropshire at Netherfield and Norfolk at Peterborough respectively. 


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