Western Football League

The Western Football League is a football league in South West England, covering Bristol, Devon, western Dorset, parts of Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. The league's current main sponsor is Toolstation, so it is known as the Toolstation League. Recent restructuring of the English football league system has placed the two divisions, known as the Premier Division and Division One at the ninth and tenth tiers overall, known as Step 5 and Step 6 of the National League System; the champion club may apply for promotion to a Step 4 league, which in practice will certainly be the Southern League Division One South and West. Below the Western League are four local leagues covering smaller areas, the Gloucestershire County League, the Somerset County League, the Dorset Premier League and the Wiltshire League; the South West Peninsula League Premier Division is a feeder to the Western League but due to having Step 6 status, it feeds directly into the Western League Premier Division. Premier Division: Division One: The league was formed in 1892 as the Bristol & District League, became the Western League in 1895.

Another Bristol & District League was formed, which remains active at a much lower level than the Western League. In the years before World War II, many teams played in both the Western Leagues. On four occasions, member clubs have lifted the FA Vase, Tiverton Town twice, Taunton Town once and most Truro City, who beat A. F. C. Totton in 2007 at the first final to be held at the new Wembley Stadium before a competition record crowd of 27,754. Truro City were the only one of the three to win the FA Vase while in Division One, while none are current members of the Western League, as all three have since progressed to the Southern League. Bedminster Clevedon Clifton Association Eastville Rovers Mangotsfield St. George Trowbridge Town Warmley Wells Official Site Western League -Fixtures and Tables

Daniel CarriƧo

Daniel Filipe Martins Carriço is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Chinese club Wuhan Zall F. C. as a central defender. He spent most of his early professional career with Sporting, appearing in 154 official matches during four and a half seasons and scoring five goals. In 2013 he signed with Sevilla, winning the Europa League three times with the club while playing 167 games across all competitions. All categories comprised, Carriço earned 70 caps for Portugal, including 16 for the under-21s, he made his senior international debut in 2015. A product of Sporting CP's prolific youth academy, Carriço was born in Cascais and made his professional debut in 2007–08, splitting that season with S. C. Olhanense and Cyprus' AEL Limassol, in both cases on loan. Having returned to Sporting he made his Primeira Liga debut on 26 October 2008, replacing injured Tonel in a 0–0 away draw against F. C. Paços de Ferreira and securing a starting place after the latter became available. For 2010–11, after longtime incumbent João Moutinho's departure to FC Porto, Carriço was chosen as new club captain by newly appointed coach Paulo Sérgio.

In the following campaign, under both Domingos Paciência and his successor Ricardo Sá Pinto, he was used exclusively as a defensive midfielder. On 31 December 2012, Sporting announced that Carriço had been sold to Premier League club Reading for a fee of £609,000, he signed an initial two-and-a-half-year contract, with the option of a further year after that. He made his debut on 12 January 2013, starting and playing 45 minutes in a 3–2 home win against West Bromwich Albion. Carriço only totalled 87 minutes of action – all in the league – and four bench appearances, as the English team suffered relegation after ranking 19th. On 17 July 2013, Carriço joined La Liga side Sevilla FC on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent move, he made his debut on 1 August in a UEFA Europa League qualifier in which he scored the last goal of a 3–0 home win over FK Mladost Podgorica. His league debut occurred on 20 October in a 2–2 draw at Real Valladolid, his first goal for the club came on 11 January 2014, a late equaliser which ensured a 1–1 away draw against Elche CF.

Carriço played the entirety of the 2014 UEFA Europa League Final in Turin, partnering Stéphane Mbia in defensive midfield as Sevilla beat S. L. Benfica on penalties, he signed a permanent deal with Sevilla on 23 June 2014, his first match after, the UEFA Super Cup at Cardiff City Stadium, a 0–2 loss to compatriots Real Madrid. On 23 April 2015, Carriço became the player with most appearances in the Europa League at 45. Again an undisputed starter for coach Unai Emery, he appeared in the 2015 final of the competition, won against FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. Carriço missed the first part of the 2015–16 season due to a tendon injury, but was still able to contribute with 25 appearances across all competitions, scoring in a 1–1 away draw against RC Celta de Vigo, he started in both of the team's finals: he helped them to a third consecutive Europa League title by defeating Liverpool 3–1 in the final in Basel, making a goal-line clearance from Daniel Sturridge's header after ten minutes and subsequently dedicating the victory to Antonio Puerta, a Sevilla player who died in 2007.

On 20 February 2020, Carriço transferred to Chinese club Wuhan Zall FC. As a youth international, Carriço appeared at the 2007 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, where he was elected as one of the best players after scoring two goals in just three games; the following year, he progressed into the under-21s. In May 2015, shortly after winning his second consecutive Europa League title, Carriço was called up to the senior national team for the first time by coach Fernando Santos, ahead of a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Armenia and a friendly with Italy, he made his debut in the latter, coming on as a 60th-minute substitute for Bruno Alves in the 1–0 win in Geneva. As of 3 January 2020 Sporting Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira: 2008 Taça da Liga: Runner-up 2008–09Sevilla UEFA Europa League: 2013–14, 2014–15 2015–16 Copa del Rey: Runner-up 2015–16 UEFA Super Cup: Runner-up 2014, 2016 Daniel Carriço at ForaDeJogo Daniel Carriço at BDFutbol National team data Daniel Carriço at

ES Avignon Basket

Entente Sportive Avignon Basket is a French former basketball club, based in Avignon. Thereafter, it became the Athletic Union Avignon-Le Pontet Basket, the leading club in the city, becoming in 2014, Grand Avignon Sorgues Basket. At the end of the 1976-77 season, ES Avignon rose to the French Division 1, under the leadership of its captain, Antoine Cerase, the American Mike Hopwood, the great French hope of the time, Philippe Szaniel; the club competed for 12 seasons in the elite level championship of France, had a record of 110 wins, 7 draws, 199 losses in 316 games. Didier Dobbels Alain Larrouquis Philip Szanyiel Franck Cazalon Antoine Cerase Vince Taylor Horace Wyatt Tom Snyder Pat Burtey Bernard Van den Broeck Emmanuel Schmitt