Bexhill held by basement boys

Little Common vs Bexhill Utd football action at Little Common Rec, Peartree Lane, Bexhill.'25.04.11.'Picture by: TONY COOMBES PHOTOGRAPHY'Little Common score from the penalty spot
Little Common vs Bexhill Utd football action at Little Common Rec, Peartree Lane, Bexhill.'25.04.11.'Picture by: TONY COOMBES PHOTOGRAPHY'Little Common score from the penalty spot
0
Have your say

Bexhill United were held to a goalless draw at home to bottom club Seaford Town last night (Tuesday).

The result ended Bexhill’s four-match winning run, but they do at least remain unbeaten in five games since Darrol Parris took sole charge in mid-January.

A draw was the right result in a dull affair of few chances with Seaford probably the better side in the first half and Bexhill looking the more likely in the second.

Bexhill’s best chance of the Sussex County Football League Division Two fixture came in the 24th minute when Casey Ham’s goalbound shot was blocked by Lewis Parsons.

A full report and reaction will appear in Friday’s Bexhill Observer.

Bexhill (4-4-2): Bourne; Henty, Parsons, Elliott-Noye, Tudor; Markham, Aston, Agutter, Saunders (Bristow HT); Ham (Kidman 87), Denny. Subs not used: Dadswell, Parris, Rogers.

Standings (played-points): 1 East Preston 28-77, 2 Hailsham Town 25-56, 3 Dorking Wanderers 26-52, 4 Littlehampton Town 28-47, 5 Eastbourne United AFC 29-46, 6 Southwick 29-44, 7 BEXHILL UNITED 28-40, 8 Storrington 29-37, 9 Loxwood 26-37, 10 Mile Oak 30-36, 11 Rustington 29-36, 12 Steyning Town 29-32, 13 Wick 27-32, 14 WESTFIELD 27-28, 15 Midhurst & Easebourne 26-26, 16 LITTLE COMMON 28-24, 17 Oakwood 28-24, 18 Seaford Town 28-23.