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Hastings seek to recreate play-off magic 10 years on

Hastings United Football Club will be hoping to recreate the magic of 2007 as it prepares for play-off action.

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Kiernan Hughes-Mason scores Hastings United's first goal in Saturday's 3-3 draw at home to Chipstead. Picture courtesy Scott White

United to end season as country’s highest scorers

Hastings United are set to end the season as the highest goalscorers in the top eight tiers of English football.

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Dan Tewkesbury on the charge for Little Common against Midhurst & Easebourne. Picture courtesy Catherine Gurney

Five-star Common secure runners-up finish

Little Common produced a five-star performance to clinch the runners-up spot in Macron Store Southern Combination Football League Division One.

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The team celebrate. Picture by Steve Robards

Fisk's injury time winner saves Burgess Hill Town from the drop

Burgess Hill Town survived relegation in the most dramatic of finishes at the Green Elephant Stadium.
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Kiernan Hughes-Mason took his Hastings United goal tally for the season to 15 with the first two goals in this afternoon's 3-3 draw at home to Chipstead. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings’ play-off spot confirmed after final day draw

Hastings United Football Club’s place in the end-of-season promotion play-offs was confirmed after a high scoring draw this afternoon (Saturday). United were all but assured of finishing in the final Ryman Football League Division One South play-off spot of fifth anyway, but they made absolutely sure with a 3-3 draw at home to Chipstead on the final day of the regular season.

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Ollie Rowe scores Hastings United's third equaliser in Monday's 4-4 draw away to Lewes. Picture courtesy Scott White

United boss to make changes for home finale

Hastings United Football Club manager Darren Hare is likely to ring the changes for the final game of the regular season.

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Wes Tate on the ball for Little Common against Bexhill United on Monday. Picture courtesy Catherine Gurney

Common seek big win to nab second place

Little Common Football Club heads into its final game of the season targeting a runners-up finish and a century of league goals.

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Hollington United celebrate winning the Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division title.

Hollington clinch title after final game victory

Hollington United have been crowned Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division champions.

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Action from Little Common's 2-0 victory over Bexhill United on Monday which made 100 percent sure of their top three finish. Picture by Simon Newstead

League chairman apologises to Common

The Macron Store Southern Combination Football League chairman has apologised for wrongly stating the league was unaware of Little Common’s groundshare agreement with Eastbourne United AFC.

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Little Common midfielder Harry Saville tries on to take on Bexhill United's Brett Patton. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Common beat Bexhill in Easter derby

Little Common’s footballers completed a league double over crosstown rivals Bexhill United for the second successive season.

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Shomari Barnwell scored Hastings United's first two goals in the 4-4 draw away to Lewes. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings all but secure play-off spot after 4-4 draw

Hastings United Football Club all but secured a play-off place after a thrilling 4-4 draw away to Lewes this afternoon (Easter Monday).

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Liam Ward put Westfield ahead with a wonder strike from the halfway line.

Ten-man Westfield celebrate 4-0 win

Westfield’s footballers pulled off a splendid 4-0 victory at home to Lancing United on Saturday, despite playing most of the match with 10 men.

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Action from the reverse fixture between Bexhill United and Little Common at The Polegrove on Boxing Day.

Common and Bexhill meet in final game at the Rec...for now

The footballers of Little Common and Bexhill United will go head-to-head this morning in what will be the last senior match at Little Common Recreation Ground for at least a year.

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Sam Cruttwell gets up highest during Hastings United's 1-1 draw at home to Walton Casuals on Saturday. Picture courtesy Scott White

United take on Lewes in Easter Monday derby

Hastings United’s footballers could secure a play-off place if results go their way this afternoon (Easter Monday).

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The Southern Combination Football League says it did sanction a groundshare arrangement between Bexhill United and Little Common but was unaware of Common's agreement with Eastbourne United AFC.

League unaware of Common groundshare

The Macron Store Southern Combination Football League was unaware of Little Common Football Club’s groundshare agreement with Eastbourne United AFC, according to its chairman.

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Matt Bodkin's 14th goal of the season earned Hastings United a 1-1 draw at home to Walton Casuals this afternoon. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings held by mid-table Walton

Hastings United’s footballers inched closer to securing a play-off spot, but had to settle for a 1-1 draw at home to Walton Casuals this afternoon (Saturday).

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Hastings United players and supporters celebrate scoring against Maidstone. Picture courtesy Joe Knight

Young United nab late winner in top-of-the-table clash

Hastings United Football Club’s academy team scored a dramatic last gasp winner in a top-of-the-table clash on Wednesday.

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Simon Johnson celebrates his second goal in Hastings United's 5-1 win away to South Park on Wednesday. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings ‘brimming with confidence’ ahead of key Easter weekend

Hastings United’s footballers are ‘brimming with confidence’ heading into a potentially pivotal Easter weekend.

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Hastings United goalkeeper Lenny Pidgeley is out for the season. Picture courtesy Scott White

United keeper out for the season

Hastings United Football Club goalkeeper Lenny Pidgeley is set to miss the rest of the season through injury.

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Bexhill United Football Club chairman Bill Harrison. Picture courtesy Mark Killy

Why Bexhill turned down Common groundshare approach

Bexhill United chairman Bill Harrison has explained why the football club turned down Little Common’s request to groundshare next season.

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