Our aim is to help community sports clubs thrive

Aiming for goal! Womens handball image courtesy England Handball Sport gives us the opportunity to create a level playing field, for all.
As in real life there are always those whose egos come to the fore and ahead of the team.


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...


FIND A FRIENDLY... South West England & South Wales

OPM RFC It's increasingly apparent South West Sports News requires a free go-to page for regional community clubs seeking friendly fixtures whatever team sport they play, whatever the season.

This is it.


GAME ON or off? Tweet @swsportsnews

Here at South West Sports News we do our utmost to freely promote sports teams from the region, South West England and South Wales.

We don't pretend to do much more than that really. It's quite simple.Plymouth Parkway 19 Apr


British Summer...Time to set new goals

swsn logoBritish Summer Time which also marks the beginning of big changes for us here at South West Sports News.

Today is our 11th birthday, the start of our 12th year.


RAIN STOPS PLAY Summer sports unwanted saturation

heavy rainAs the rain continues to pour outside the South West Sports News window it becomes increasingly frustrating to seek some rays of comfort from a summer that has not - yet - mirrored last year's scorcher.

My immediate thought goes to those who rely on dry ground(s), at least, to play their summer sport.


BASEBALL Bristol continue expansion with third team

Bristol baseball picture courtesy & copyright Richard Evans Bristol baseballBristol Baseball Club has set up a third team ahead of the new season following a successful winter recruitment campaign.

The Bristol Buccaneers will play in the South West Baseball League (SWBL) from April lining-up against sister team Bristol Bats, as well as teams from Cardiff, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Truro, Yeovil and Weston-super-Mare.


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