Dinghies defy the weather

Bank Holiday Monday saw the Rye Harbour Sailing Club dinghies out on the water for the William the Conqueror Cup race. Sunday's weather had...

Darts: Rye show their bottle

In a tightly contested match, Rye managed to get the better of highly fancied Lewes in a contest that went to the last game.

Rye CC ready for the new season

Rye Cricket Club completed their preparations for the new league season as they faced Iden in a friendly at the Salts last Saturday May 2. Read Martin Blincow's match report here to see how they got on

Chip nets a large fish

Every fisherman hopes that one day they can catch the big one and for one lucky Rye man, he managed to do just that.

Iden win as Athletic see red

Two cup finals in a week for Iden: the first against Ore Athletic at Little Common and the second against St Leonard's Social at Robertsbridge. Read how they got on here.

Giving the wrong impression

Rye News, your online community newspaper, does not have a political affiliation. We are a not-for-proft group of volunteers, dismayed that a political pamphlet,...

This May in ‘Fixtures’

Articles featured in this month's taster edition of Rye News, printed within Fixtures, are: One fight and a few scraps - a look at local elections Mindi,...

Boost of seeing family was amazing

Despite nerves at the start, months of training and true grit and determination throughout the race enabled Ted Wilson to complete his first marathon in London on April 25. Would he do another one? "I can't wait!" he says

Hamilton hits century for Rye

Rye continued their preparations for the new league season, as they travelled away for a friendly, this time against higher tiered opposition Glynde & Beddingham. Martin Blincow reports on the match here.

Veteran Casuals win the league

Icklesham's veterans travelled away to Little Common knowing that victory would lead to them winning the Hastings FA Veterans League title. Read David Mayne's report here

RHSC pushes the boat out

Rye Harbour Sailing Club is participating in the RYA Push the Boat Out scheme to enable anyone interested in sailing to come and see for themselves what it entails and have a go in one of the club boats

Rye Bowls open to all

Rye Bowls Club open day was a great success, with a number of first-timers trying their hand and new members being signed up. Despite the cancellation, due to weather, of the following day's practice session, the club recorded victories in both their opening matches during the week

Rangers thrash weakened Borough

Beckley Rangers were goal happy as they defeated a weakened Eastbourne Borough side. A successful season ends at home next weekend against Broad Oak and Horam. Ashleigh Fraser reports.

Make it a double please Iden

Iden's barmy army travel to Little Common and Robertsbridge as they play in 2 cup finals on Saturday and Tuesday respectively with the hope of doing a double. Dan Lake previews the matches.

Ryers run the Marathon

Huge crowds turn out to create a carnival atmosphere as Rye residents raise thousands for charity and achieve their personal goals at this year's biggest ever London Marathon.

Casuals raise the roof

Icklesham faced Sedlescombe on Monday April 20 at the home of Hastings United in a friendly match in aid of raising funds for the club's project to build a new changing facility at the recreational ground. David Mayne reports on this match and a friendly between Icklesham's 1st team and 2nd team

Winter cobwebs blown away

The first cruiser race of the season saw eight boats from Rye Harbour Sailing Club competing in breezy conditions which tested some skippers after the winter lay-off

Rye defeated in opener

Rye's cricketers started the new cricket season with a friendly away to Hastings Priory at Horntye Park last Saturday. Martin Blincow reports on this and also the club's grand opening of the Sidney Allnut Pavilion

Rye Runners’ marathon endeavour

Born-again runners set to run the virgin London marathon this Sunday

Icklesham Casuals raise funds

The Icklesham Casuals veterans side will be taking on their counterparts from Sedlescombe Rangers under floodlights at the Pilot Field in Hastings with a...