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We can compete for title, says Rye boss

Rye Town manager Shane Ridgers believes the football club can challenge for the league title heading into its final game before the festive break.

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Westfield Football Club joint manager Jack Stapley.

Westies eager to get back in action

Westfield Football Club will be itching to beat the weather and return to action this coming Saturday.

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Two Hastings & Bexhill players combine to hold up Lewes full-back Abe Bredin last weekend. Picture courtesy Danny Simpson

H&B keen to turn narrow defeats into wins

Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club heads into its final game of 2017 determined to start turning narrow defeats into victories.

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Hastings United will now host Crawley Town next Monday night.

Hastings game rearranged for Monday night

Hastings United Football Club’s game at home to Crawley Town has been rearranged for next Monday night (December 18), kick-off 7.45pm.

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Prize winners at Hastings Athletic Club's awards and Christmas Party.

Star athletes get their awards

A fantastic night was had by all at Hastings Athletic Club’s Awards and Christmas Party 2017.

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Cleon Reece, Rye Cricket Club's 2018 overseas player.

Montserrat marvel set to join Rye

It may be winter but Rye Cricket Club is still hard at work developing itself as a club and preparing for the 2018 season.

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Ross Skelton (right) with Ross Garnett, of Dynamic Scaffolding.

Athletics ace gets overseas opportunity

A high class athlete from St Leonards has received a boost in his quest to reach the top from a local business.

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Sussex batting coach Mike Yardy addresses the pupils from Hove Park School SUS-171214-112838002

Sussex Cricket Foundation hosts local pupils for mental health training

Thirty children from Hove Park School were welcomed to The 1st Central County Ground last week for a two-day Mental Health Champions training course at the onsite Sussex Cricket Foundation (SCF) Learning Centre.

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Sussex players Ben Brown and Luke Wells with Parafix Managing Director, Michael Punter and Sussex Crickets Chief Executive, Rob Andrew.

Parafix extend One-Day Cup shirt sponsorship

Parafix have agreed to continue their sponsorship of Sussex Sharks’ Royal London One-Day Cup shirt for a further two seasons.

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Chris Coleman is Sussex Crickets new Head of Community Cricket.

Chris Coleman appointed Head of Community Cricket at Sussex

Chris Coleman has been appointed Head of Community Cricket at Sussex. He will join the organisation on Monday 8th January 2018.

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Hastings United's game at home to Crawley Town tonight has been postponed.

Hastings game postponed

Hastings United Football Club’s game at home to Crawley Town tonight (Tuesday) has been postponed.

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Hollington United defender Sean Ray tries to block a Rustington cross. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Hollington and Sidley reach county cup quarter-finals

Two Macron East Sussex Football League clubs are through to the quarter-finals of the Sussex Intermediate Challenge Cup.

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Bexhill United midfielder Nathan Lopez goes up for a header against AFC Varndeanians. Picture courtesy Mark Killy

Bexhill eventually overcome eight-man rivals

Bexhill United Football Club eventually got over the line to beat an AFC Varndeanians side which had three players sent-off at The Polegrove on Saturday.

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Anthony Roche was among the tryscorers for Hastings & Bexhill against Lewes on Saturday.

Depleted H&B suffer another narrow defeat

Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club picked up two more bonus points from a 31-24 defeat away to Lewes on Saturday.

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Sam Ellis scored the opening goal in Little Common's 3-1 victory at home to Mile Oak.

Table-topping Common chalk up another win

Two goals in the opening 15 minutes set Little Common Football Club on the way to another victory yesterday (Saturday).

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Dayshonne Golding scored Hastings United's winner in the 2-1 victory at home to Whyteleafe and forced the own goal equaliser. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings into top half after comeback win

Hastings United Football Club climbed into the top half of the table following a come-from-behind victory this afternoon (Saturday).

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From left: Pauline Williams and Sue Coulson (Yorkshire), Cathy Bargh and Viv Gillard (Essex).

Cathy scoops national title double

Badminton ace Cathy Bargh celebrated a title double at the 23rd English National Masters Championship 2017.

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Hastings United's game at home to Whyteleafe this afternoon will go ahead.

Hastings game beats the freeze

Hastings United Football Club’s game at home to Whyteleafe this afternoon (Saturday) will go ahead.

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Liam Ward is set to return from suspension for Little Common against Mile Oak.

Common open up six-point lead at summit

Little Common Football Club is set to return to home soil with a six-point lead at the top of the table.

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Hastings United celebrate their last gasp equaliser in Saturday's 2-2 draw against Hythe Town. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings boss proud of players

Chris Agutter said he was proud of the way his Hastings United Football Club team performed in last weekend’s dramatic draw at Hythe Town.

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