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County Championship - day 1: Wells makes century on debut as Sussex captain

Captaining Sussex for the first time, Luke Wells led from the front with his third century of the season in the Specsavers County Championship match against Durham at Chester-le-Street.

Callum Smith struck late on to earn Westfield a 3-3 draw at Rustington. Picture courtesy Jon Smalldon

10-man Westies salvage dramatic draw

Westfield Football Club came from behind with 10 men to rescue an away point on Saturday.

Jofra Archer

Archer and Wright to play in Bangladesh Premier League

Sussex’s Jofra Archer and Luke Wright will play in this year’s Bangladesh Premier League, the fifth edition of the T20 competition.

Lee Carey gets in a tackle during Hastings United's most recent outing, away to Cray Wanderers, last Wednesday. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings and Common in action tonight

The footballers of Hastings United and Little Common will be in action tonight (Tuesday).

Jon Lewis will share his expertise with England this week

Sussex coach to assist with England squad

Sussex Assistant Head Coach, Jon Lewis, has joined up with the England team ahead of their Royal London One Day International series against West Indies.

Luke Wells / Picture by Phil Westlake

Cricket: Wells captains Sussex for the first time

Sussex opener Luke Wells will captain the side for the first time as they travel to Durham for their Specsavers County Championships division-two match starting on Tuesday.

Action from the Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division game between Bexhill Town and Sidley United. Picture by Simon Newstead

Hollington go two clear as Social hit eight

Hollington United have opened up a two-point lead at the top of the Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division after the third weekend of the season.

Hastings & Bexhill talent Tim Sills tries to step away from a Folkestone tackler. Picture courtesy Nigel Baker

H&B still unbeaten after hard-fought draw

Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club’s first away fixture of the season finished in a hard-fought draw.

Bexhill United midfielder Ryan Harffey on the ball against Mile Oak. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Bexhill edged out in lively home opener

Bexhill United Football Club’s first home league game of the season ended in a narrow defeat this afternoon (Saturday).

Jamie Crone scored four of Little Common's eight goals in the thrashing of St Francis Rangers.

Eight-goal Common surge to league summit

Little Common Football Club powered to its sixth successive league victory with another high scoring win yesterday (Saturday).

Tom Vincent makes a tackle during Hastings & Bexhill's victory at home to Park House last weekend. Picture courtesy Jon Smalldon

Table-topping H&B enjoying the high life

The season may be very much in its infancy, but Hastings & Bexhill Rugby Club is relishing being top of London Three South East for the first time.

Russell Eldridge on the ball during Little Common's abandoned game against Ringmer on Tuesday night. Picture by Simon Newstead

Common boss: Last two games nowhere near good enough

Russell Eldridge admitted Little Common Football Club’s performances over the past week ‘haven’t been anywhere near good enough’.

Action from Bexhill United's 4-2 win away to Midhurst & Easebourne last weekend. Picture courtesy Mark Killy

Bexhill all set for first home game

Six weeks after the season began, Bexhill United Football Club is poised to finally contest its first game on home turf.

Sussex skipper Ben Brown / Picture by Phil Westlake

Sussex: We must look at why we've fallen short

Sussex go into their last two championship fixtures of the season, away to Durham on Tuesday and at home to Notts the following week, with a hollow sensation of anti-climax.

Lars Thorkildsen (centre, facing camera) after leaving the field in Lodz.

Bexhill ace stars for Europe

A talented player from Bexhill represented Rugby Europe against Poland on Saturday.

Simon Johnson is expected to be out for 2-3 weeks. Picture courtesy Scott White

United skipper sidelined with torn thigh

Hastings United Football Club could be without its captain for the rest of September.

Sam Adams on the ball for Hastings United in last night's 1-1 draw away to Cray Wanderers. Picture courtesy Scott White

Hastings director appeals for patience

Hastings United director Dave Nessling has urged supporters to remain patient with the football club’s new-look young squad.

John Suter is organising a reunion at Horsham YMCA

Horsham YMCA to stage club reunion organised by former boss Suter

Horsham YMCA are to stage a reunion of players, club committee officials and friends who were at the club with long-standing former manager John Suter.

Abraham Sanchez is all smiles in a Sussex Futsal shirt.

Star Sanchez swaps Spain for Hastings

A professional futsal player has arrived in Hastings.

Sarah Avery

Special Olympics silver medal delight for Judo star Sarah

Sarah Avery celebrated judo success at The Special Olympics Great Britain National Summer Games.

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