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Haywards Heath Town 2, South Park 0: Saunders' men shock Bostik League opponents in FA Cup

Haywards Heath Town shocked higher league opposition as they progressed in the FA Cup today.

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Burgess Hill Town 1, Folkestone 1: Hillians come back from behind to remain unbeaten

Burgess Hill Town came back from behind to draw 1-1 with Folkestone Invicta and remain unbeaten in the Bostik Premier League.

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Crawley boss Harry Kewell: ‘We must play for the whole 90 minutes and take our chances’

Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell was frustrated his side again ended up losing 1-0 at home to Cambridge United after an impressive start.

Pascal Gross on the ball at Leicester. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Six things we learned from Albion's defeat at Leicester

Too easy to score against? Where are the goals going to come from? What did we learn from Albion's defeat at Leicester?

Sam Rents saw an effort strike the crossbar in Worthing's defeat this afternoon. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Reed's strike leaves Worthing still without a point

Jake Reed got the only goal to condemn Worthing Football Club to a third Bostik League Premier Division defeat from as many matches so far this season earlier today.

Forward Hayden Hunter played the full 90 minutes in this afternoon's FA Cup clash with Thamesmead Town. Picture by Liz Pearce LP170626

Teniola stars for Thamesmead Town to end East Preston's FA Cup run

Thamesmead Town forward Alex Teniola netted four times to end East Preston Football Club's run in this year's FA Cup at The Lashmar this afternoon.

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Crawley Town v Cambridge Utd

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Crawley 0 Cambridge Utd 1: Reds suffer another narrow defeat

Crawley Town suffered their third successive defeat of the season decided by a 63rd minute goal by Cambridge United’s Jabo Ibehre.

Dale Stephens on the ball at Leicester. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

We can't give sides a leg up - Stephens

Midfielder Dale Stephens says Albion cannot afford to give teams a leg up after conceding inside a minute in their 2-0 defeat to Leicester this afternoon.

Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Hughton admits Albion were not at the level needed in the Premier League against Leicester City

A disappointed Chris Hughton admitted his side were not at the level they need to be in the Premier League after their 2-0 defeat to Leicester City.

Harry Maguire heads home Leicester's second goal. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Shakespeare: High-tempo start was something we'd spoken about

Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare said his side's high-tempo start was something he had spoken about before today's game.
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

A threatless Brighton & Hove Albion suffered disappointment in their first away day in the Premier League as they well-beaten by Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.
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Junior athletes have Sussex finals in their sights

After their two-week August break, Chichester’s juniors are back in training at the University of Chichester with two Sussex finals in their sights.

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Harry Kewell: ‘Everyone is pressing for a place in the Crawley Town team’

Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell revealed his entire squad is pushing for a place in the team.

The scoreboard tells of another Nyewood Lane goal-feast / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: Dizzy start to season is beyond Rocks’ wildest hopes

Rocks supporters’ club chairman Ian Guppy is writing a new fortnightly column for the Bognor Observer and this website. Here is his latest take on goings-on at Nyewood Lane...


BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic stars just revealed for the #teamparkrun 5k events UK wide today - Saturday,- August 19.
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Deflated: Ben Brown / Picture by Phil Westlake

What a sickener for Sussex as they crash out of T20 by finest margin

Sussex Sharks won their final group game in the NatWest T20  blast when they beat Essex Eagles by 55 runs at Hove on Friday - but their convincing victory was still not enough to see them through to the quarter-finals of the competition as they were edged out of the tournament on net run rate.

Mark Connolly tussles for the ball during this afternoon's friendly with Portsmouth. Picture by Neil Marshall.

Crawley Town defender Mark Connolly reckons they will soon get their first win

Crawley Town defender Mark Connolly believes the team are not far away from a win after promising signs in their opening games.

Anthony Knockaert. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Knockaert pushing for a start on return to Leicester

Anthony Knockaert is pushing for a place in Albion's starting line-up as he returns to former side Leicester City this afternoon.

West Wittering have earned another season in division two / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Wittering going in right direction... mixed fortunes for Aldwick... big win for Bognor

West Wittering travelled to Broadbridge Heath looking for a much-needed win after a frustrating period of losses and matches lost to the weather in division two of the West sussex Invitation League.

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COLUMN: When do the Rocks dare to dream about Leyton Orient and Co?

They say a manager and his staff don't look at a league table until about ten games into the season.

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