Goals aren’t Common enough for Midhurst... Selsey lose in goal feast

It was a very mixed weekend for our SCFL division-one and two sides. Midhurst and Selsey both suffered defeats on the road in division one, but Sidlesham and Bosham had happier awaydays in division two to stay in the top two places.

Mark Connolly. Crawley v Barnet. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160823-072514001

Crawley’s Connolly injury doubt for Accrington

Crawley Town defender Mark Connolly may miss tomorrow’s game against Accrington Stanley.

Action from Pagham's superb win over Littlehampton / Picture by Roger Smith

Pagham strike Golds and lance Lancing

Pagham struck Golds as they came back from 1-0 down to win 4-1 to beat Littlehampton in a pulsating SCFL premier division derby.

Steve Sidwell in action against Preston on Saturday. Picture: Phil Westlake

Sidwell expects Wigan to provide tough test

Albion midfielder Steve Sidwell says the team will take nothing for granted when they travel to lowly Wigan Athletic tomorrow.

Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake

Clean sheets the foundation for a promotion push

When people ask me what my favourite books are I always include L’etranger (also known as The Outsider) by Albert Camus.

Sami El Abd heads in the Rocks' opener / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks up to second spot - but could injuries threaten their run?

Bognor’s march towards the top of the Ryman League continued but they insisted: No-one’s getting carried away.

Crawley Town V Walsall 21-10-14. Conor Henderson celebrates his goal (Pic by Jon Rigby) PPP-141022-105705004

Ex-Arsenal players Henderson & Watt working for deal at Crawley

Former Arsenal academy duo Conor Henderson and Sanchez Watt hope to earn themselves a deal at Crawley Town.

Albion celebrate Sam Baldock's winner against Wolves on Tuesday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

PICTURE GALLERY: Albion v Preston and Wolves

Albion increased their unbeaten run to seven league games on Tuesday evening when they beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 1-0 at the Amex.

Sky Bet League 2 side Crawley Town FC have appointed former Chelsea and Arsenal coach Dermot Drummy as their new manager on a two-year deal. Pic Steve Robards SR1612116 SUS-160429-141548001

Ex-Chelsea coach Drummy has kebab named after him

Crawley Town head coach Dermot Drummy has lent his name to a new snack for fans to enjoy.

Dean Cox will return to the Hillians starting line-up on Saturday

Chapman looking to get ‘some points on the board’ as Hillians prepare for successive home games

Burgess Hill Town boss Ian Chapman wants to get ‘some points on the board’ as his side face three home games in quick succession.

Chichester celebrate a goal on their way to winning at Worthing / Picture by Stephen Goodger

Win at Worthing sets Chichester up for FA Vase battle

Chichester City’s fine early-season form continued with a 3-1 win at Worthing United in the SCFL premier division.

Dermot Drummy during the Sky Bet League Two match between Crawley Town and Colchester at the Checkatrade Stadium in Crawley. September 27, 2016.
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Crawley’s Drummy wants a fast start against Accrington

Reds head coach Dermot Drummy has warned Crawley must be fast out of the blocks when they host Accrington Stanley this Saturday at the Checkatrade Stadium.

The Rocks players, in their new away kit, applaud the fans - led by scorer Sami El-Abd / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Muitt off mark as Rocks win fifth game in six to go second

The Rocks are second in the Ryman premier - above rivals Havant - after two late goals saw off Staines.

Ross Adams, pictured in action for Lancing last season, netted twice in Steyning's victory last night. Picture: Derek Martin DM1610285

Adams strikes twice as Steyning progress

Ross Adams bagged a brace as Steyning Town Football Club sealed a spot in the quarter-finals of this year’s SCFL Division 1 Challenge Cup.

Jamie McKenzie struck Mile Oak's opener last night. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Mile Oak secure quarter-final spot

Mile Oak Football Club secured their spot in this year’s SCFL Division 1 Challenge Cup quarter-finals with victory at Ringmer last night.

Alex Davey. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160828-165410001

‘Crawley is the place to be’ says Chelsea defender

Crawley Town’s on-loan defender Alex Davey would love to stay at Reds pemanently.

Hayden Hunter netted East Preston's opener last night. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Much-changed East Preston progress in RUR Cup

Goals from Hayden Hunter and Josh Etherington helped East Preston Football Club seal their spot in the third round of the Sussex RUR Cup.

Harry Russell scored twice as Arundel came back from two goals down to win at Newhaven last night. Picture: Derek Martin DM16139848

Mullets show ‘unbelievable character’ to win at Dockers

Arundel Football Club fought back from two goals down to win at Newhaven last night and end a five-game winless league run.

Shaun Charles, pictured playing for Lancing earlier this season, got the winner for Littlehampton last night. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Baker hails Golds’ display as sub Shaun seals victory

Substitute Shaun Charles got the only goal as Littlehampton Town Football Club sealed a 1-0 victory over Eastbourne Town last night.

Leatherhead boss Jimmy Bullard. Picture: Steve Robards

Bullard full of praise for Worthing’s attacking prowess

Jimmy Bullard was full of praise for Worthing Football Club’s attacking talent after seeing his Leatherhead side slip to a 3-2 Ryman League Premier Division defeat at Woodside Road last night.

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