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Murphy: Hopefully there's more goals to come now

Albion winger Jamie Murphy hopes his strike yesterday will kick-start a goalscoring spree from now until the end of the season.
Lewis Hole took his goal tally for the season to 27 with a hat-trick as Little Common beat East Preston 3-0.

Hole hat-trick knocks leaders off their perch

A Lewis Hole hat-trick fired Little Common’s footballers to victory over what was table-topping opposition yesterday (Saturday).

Frannie Collin scored his 25th and 26th goals of the season in Hastings United's 2-2 draw at home to Chatham Town this afternoon. Picture courtesy Scott White

Winning run ends as Hastings are held by Chatham

Hastings United Football Club’s run of five consecutive wins and clean sheets came to a surprise end this afternoon (Saturday).

Frannie Collin (number 10) opens the scoring in Hastings United's 5-0 win over Carshalton Athletic on Tuesday night. Picture courtesy Scott White

United seek to continue fabulous form

Hastings United’s footballers will be eager to keep the momentum going as they return to action today (Saturday).

Sam Baldock celebrates his opener. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Baldock delighted with important goal

Striker Sam Baldock was more delighted with the importance of his opening goal in the 3-0 win against Reading tonight than the quality of it.

Chris Hughton

Hughton: We were at our very best in victory over Reading

Chris Hughton said Brighton & Hove Albion were at their very best as they eased past Reading and back to the top of the Championship tonight.

Battle Baptists goalkeeper Jake Rudwick played a starring role in last weekend's win over Eastbourne Rangers.

Battle set for national cup quarter-final

Battle Baptist Football Club is gunning for a place in the semi-finals of the National Christian Cup.

Reading's Liam Moore gets to grips with Glenn Murray in this evening's Championship clash at the Amex. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Six things we learnt from Brighton's 3-0 win over Reading

Are they on their way? Lucky charm and double figures. Here are six things we learnt from Brighton & Hove Albion's 3-0 win over Reading.

Brighton & Hove Albion's Jamie Murphy clips the ball over Reading goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi to put his side 2-0 up. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Brighton 3, Reading 0: Impressive Seagulls soar back to the summit

Brighton & Hove Albion climbed back to the top of the Championship as they took advantage of a Newcastle slip-up with a convincing victory over Reading.

Steve Watt in action for Hastings United at the start of the season. Picture courtesy Scott White

United assistant boss joins Margate

Hastings United Football Club assistant manager Steve Watt has been named manager of higher grade Margate this afternoon (Friday).

Scrummage action from Rye's victory over Eastbourne II. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Rye romp to 84-5 victory

Rye Rugby Club was in rampant form as it pulled off one of its biggest victories in years.

Joe Umpleby in possession for Hastings & Bexhill during their narrow quarter-final victory over Burgess Hill last month. Picture by Justin Lycett

H&B target place in regional cup final

Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club is gunning for a place in the final of a regional knockout competition.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

PREMIER LEAGUE/ EFL Cup: United favourites to lift EFL cup | Spurs seek to keep challenge alive | Shakespeare to take charge at tragic Leicester

This weekend we’ll see Manchester United and Southampton contest the first silverware of the season and a managerless Leicester try to revive their season.

Antoine Griezmann

RUMOUR MILL: Pardew and Mancini among favourites to replace sacked Ranieri | Griezmann “definitely” joining Manchester United |Everton has Rooney bid rejected

Alan Pardew and Robert Mancini leading contenders to replace Claudio Ranieri as champions Leicester City look for a new manager following the popular Italian’s dismissal. (The Sun)

Bexhill United midfielder Nathan Lopez goes up for a header against Steyning Town last weekend. Picture by Derek Martin

Bexhill and Common face top two

The town’s two senior football clubs are gearing up to host the top two teams in their division tomorrow (Saturday).

Harry Stannard on the ball against Carshalton Athletic last night. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings bring up century in style

Hastings United have become the first club in the top eight tiers of English football to score 100 league goals this season.

Elise Lovell struck gold in the long jump in Sheffield.

Awesome Elise wins top national title

Athletics ace Elise Lovell capped a wonderful winter season by triumphing at a top national competition.

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Rye Town go on the attack against Westfield II. Picture by Simon Newstead

United go nine clear as Town reach county semi-finals

Hollington United have gone nine points clear at the top of the Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division.

Hastings United manager Darren Hare. Picture courtesy Scott White

United send out ‘huge message’ with big win

Darren Hare believes his Hastings United footballers sent out a ‘huge message’ to their play-off rivals with last night’s (Tuesday’s) 5-0 win at home to Carshalton Athletic.

Frannie Collin's 24th goal of the season set Hastings United on their way to a 5-0 win over Carshalton Athletic. Picture courtesy Scott White

Five-star Hastings hammer play-off rivals

Hastings United Football Club produced one of its finest performances for many a season to demolish top three opposition tonight (Tuesday).

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