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Quickfire double puts Hastings through in FA Cup

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Little Common forward Lewis Hole closes down an AFC Varndeanians opponent. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Five-star Common triumph in home opener

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Hastings United defender Tom Vickers tussles for possession against Carshalton Athletic on Monday night. Picture courtesy Scott White

United out to avoid FA Cup banana skin

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Two-goal Nathan Lopez plays the ball forward during Bexhill United's 7-0 win away to Oakwood last weekend. Picture courtesy Mark Killy

Bexhill not getting carried away by ‘perfect’ start

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Leicester City 2, Brighton 0: Shot-shy Seagulls suffer back-to-back defeats as Foxes ease to victory

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Common tackle home opener tonight

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Lewis Hole opened the scoring in Little Common's 2-2 draw at Southwick.

Common pegged back in league opener

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Ashley Kidman gets up highest during Bexhill United's 7-0 win away to Oakwood on Saturday. Picture courtesy Mark Killy

Bexhill off to a flyer with 7-0 win

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Quickfire double puts Hastings through in FA Cup

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Hastings United defender Tom Vickers tussles for possession against Carshalton Athletic on Monday night. Picture courtesy Scott White

United out to avoid FA Cup banana skin

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Jack Harris came off the bench to score Hastings United's equaliser against Carshalton Athletic tonight. Picture courtesy Scott White

Harris strikes to earn Hastings away point

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Jack Dixon scores Hastings United's opening goal against Corinthian-Casuals on Saturday. Picture courtesy Scott White

United seek to continue encouraging start

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Jack Dixon scored both of Hastings United's goals in this afternoon's 2-1 win at home to Corinthian-Casuals. Picture courtesy Scott White

Dixon double gives Hastings a winning start

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Solly March battles for the ball with Leicester City's Marc Albrighton. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Leicester City 2, Brighton 0: Shot-shy Seagulls suffer back-to-back defeats as Foxes ease to victory

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Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton greets Pep Guardiola on the sides on Saturday. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Hughton relieved spectacle of Albion's Premier League bow is over and hard work can be on survival bid

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