Somerset fast bowler Steve Kirby has been forced to retire with immediate effect because of an ongoing shoulder injury.
Downend Amateur Boxing Club is looking to return home after securing tenancy of the currently derelict Oldbury Court Community Centre
Two young women from the West Country will be heading to SW19 on Monday to compete in the most famous tennis grand slam, Wimbledon.
The weekend saw the West Country add to its tally of medals at the Commonwealth Games.
Bath's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor won gold in the women's 200 metre individual medley - breaking both a British and a Commonwealth record. The 18 year old has won 5 medals in total.
And her weightlifting team mate Zoe Smith won gold in her category - and set a games record -. In her two lifts Zoe lifted a combined weight of 210 kilos.
A campaign has begun to get more people climbing the Avon Gorge in Bristol. Fewer people scale the 100-metre high face than during its heyday in the 1970s and 80s. Organisers at a climbing festival there today say it is rare to have such good quality climbing near a city centre.
There was a gold medal for Bath's Chris Walker-Hebborn, who beat defending champion Liam Tancock in the 100 metres backstroke final. The 24-year-old set a new Commonwealth record with a time of 53.12 seconds.
Bath teenager Siobhan Marie O'Connor just missed out on a gold medal in the 100 metre butterfly final. The 18-year-old won her third silver of the games.
Bath's Elizabeth Simmonds is through the 100 metre backstroke final after winning her semi-final with a time of 59.98 seconds.
But it wasn't all good news. Bath based duo Andrew Willis and Michael Jamieson, both failed to qualify for the 100 metre breaststroke final, and Millfield's James Guy was 6th in the 200 metre freestyle final.
It's been a good evening for West Country athletes on the second day of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
In Judo, Bristol teacher Megan Fletcher has won a gold medal, while Bristolian Sally Conway picked up a bronze.
Fletcher added to England's gold tally in the under-70kgs when she threw and then pinned down Moira de Villiers of New Zealand.
Conway, the world number five beaten in the semi-final by Fletcher, won bronze after edging past India's Sunibala Bhuidrom on penalty scores following a scoreless contest.
Bath duo Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis won silver and bronze respectively in the men's 200 metres breaststroke.
Jamieson was beaten by Ross Murdoch who took broke the British record.
Bath swimmer Siobhan O'Connor has won silver in the 200m freestyle
The 18 year old missed out on gold by just 0.25 seconds, pushing Australian Emma McKeon to a new Games record of 1:55:57.
Swimmer James Guy has taken the bronze in the 400m freestyle at the Commonwealth games in Glasgow.
The 18 year old, who trains at Millfield School, managed to take third ahead of Australian Mack Horton.
Jos Buttler is being tipped as the new star of English cricket after being called into the Test team for the first time for the series with India.
The Taunton-born wicketkeeper will make his debut on Sunday. His potential was first spotted when he attended Kings College in the town.
The West Country got its first medal of the Commonwealth Games at lunchtime when Gloucester's Vicky Holland won bronze in the women's triathlon.
She came third in the sweltering Glasgow sun in what is a truly tough event whatever the weather. The race was won by her England team mate Jodie Stimpson. They were the first medals to be won at the Games.
It's been a busy morning in the pool at the Commonwealth Games for our West country swimmers.
Bath duo Michael Jamieson and Andrew Willis both qualified for the final of the men's 200 metres breaststroke despite Jamieson surprisingly being beaten in his heat.
Team Bath's Siobhan-Marie O'Connor has reached the final of the women's 200metres freestyle, winning her heat to go through as the second-fastest qualifer.
And Somerset's James Guy is in the final of the men's 400m freestyle, despite only finishing fourth in his heat behind three Scotsmen.
Bath's Michael Jamieson confirmed his status as one of the favourites for gold in the men's 200 metres breaststroke as he........Bath team-mate Siobhan-Marie O'Connor reached the final of the women's 200metres freestyle, winning her heat to go through as the second-fastest qualifer. And Somerset's James Guy is in the final of the men's 400metres freestyle despite only finishing fourth in his heat behind three Scotsmen.