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Hastings chalk up 20th league win

Hastings United Football Club recorded its 20th league win of the season tonight (Tuesday).

Sam Cruttwell challenges for the ball during Hastings United's 2-2 draw away to Greenwich Borough on Saturday. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings determined to send rivals home with nothing

Hastings United Football Club manager Chris Agutter is determined to send South Park ‘back up the A21 with nothing’ tonight (Tuesday).


Sussex runners take part in London Marathon

Runners from all over Sussex completed the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday (April 22), raising money for a number of good causes.


GALLERY: Marathon runners raise £80k for hospice

Runners raised £80,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice in the Brighton Marathon and BM10k.

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Corey Wheeler almost earned Bexhill United a point in their 2-1 defeat away to Ringmer.

Bexhill edged out in season finale

Bexhill United Football Club ended its season with a narrow defeat away to top four opposition on Saturday.

Tom Jones in the tackle for Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club against Bromley. Picture courtesy Peter Knight

H&B end season with high scoring defeat

Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club’s final game of the London Three South East season ended in a high scoring defeat on Saturday.

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Sam Winter on the ball during Little Common's 3-2 defeat away to Langney Wanderers yesterday. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Common boss frustrated and gutted after defeat

Russell Eldridge admitted to feeling frustrated and gutted after Little Common Football Club failed to make absolutely sure of the league title yesterday (Saturday).

Darren Anderton was one of the star names in the Tottenham Hotspur Legends squad announced several weeks ago. Picture: Malcolm Wells

Spurs Legends on their way to Hastings

Some big footballing names from the recent past are set to showcase their skills in Hastings today (Sunday).

Little Common pair Adam Smith and Lewis Parsons double up on Langney Wanderers hat-trick hero Wayne Wilkinson. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Common still not quite there after Langney loss

Little Common Football Club missed a second chance to make absolutely sure of winning the league as it was beaten by its nearest rivals this afternoon (Saturday).

Sinnkaye Christie scored Hastings' first goal and produced a terrific display in defence during the 2-2 draw away to Greenwich Borough. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings denied by late leveller

Hastings United Football Club came agonisingly close to what would have been a tremendous win away to top three opposition this afternoon (Saturday).

Cathy Bargh with her women's over-55 singles gold medal at the All England Seniors Open Badminton Championships.

Cathy triumphs in international competition

Badminton talent Cathy Bargh produced a superb performance to triumph at an international competition.

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Action from Little Common's cup semi-final win over Langney Wanderers on Wednesday, last week. Picture by Simon Newstead

Common target part one of possible double

Little Common Football Club has the chance to clinch a league and cup double during a potentially momentous week.

Luke Wells / Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Ton-up Wells sees Sussex over line at Leicester

Opener Luke Wells scored an unbeaten century as Sussex batted out for a draw in their Specsavers County Championship match against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground.
Jofra Archer / Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Sussex ace Archer stars on Indian Premier League debut

Sussex’s Jofra Archer starred in his Indian Premier League debut as the Rajasthan Royals conquered the Mumbai Indians.

Ishant Sharma found it tough going, as did all the Sussex bowlers

Ackermann holds up Sussex at Leicester

A draw looks the most likely outcome when Sussex's county championship visit to Leicestershire comes to an end on Monday.
James Westlake during the London Marathon. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Sussex footballer finishes London Marathon in impressive time

A footballer who plays in the Southern Combination Football League was the seventh British runner to finish in the London Marathon.

Hastings United goalkeeper Charlie Horlock gets his fist to a cross during last weekend's 1-0 win at home to Shoreham. Picture courtesy Scott White

In-form Hastings relishing Greenwich test

Hastings United Football Club manager Chris Agutter is looking forward to having another crack at the team which inflicted the heaviest defeat of his reign as manager.

Action from Bexhill United's 2-0 defeat at home to Ringmer in November's reverse fixture. Picture by Simon Newstead

Bexhill finish against manager’s team of the season

Bexhill United Football Club will be aiming to finish the season with a positive result against what manager Ryan Light regards as the team of the year.

Rob Cross and Peter Wright in conversation at the end of the match. Picture courtesy Lawrence Lustig/PDC

Cross drops to third after first draw

Darts star Rob Cross dropped a place to third in the Unibet Premier League after recording his first draw in the competition last night (Thursday).

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Jimmy Robertson will play Mark Williams in round one of the Betfred World Snooker Championship.

Robertson drawn against two-time world champ

Jimmy Robertson has been drawn against a two-time champion in round one of the Betfred World Snooker Championship.

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