Batting collapse “too familiar”

Rye travelled to the far side of Sussex on Saturday for their 2nd away game in a row to take on top of the table Slinfold looking to get back to winning ways after their first defeat of the season last week against Henfield.Read Martin Blincow's report here

Checkmate in Camber

Over the weekend of June 5 to 7, schoolchildren from all over England, and a team from Gibraltar, took part in the semi final...

Cruisers revel in good breeze

Rye Harbour Sailing Club had a good day's competition on Sunday June 7 with both cruisers and dinghies racing and revelling in a good breeze.

The Sydney Allnutt Pavilion

Following the Rye News report on the difficulties facing the Cricket Club in opening their pavilion, Club secretary, Martin Blincow has written to us with the Cricket Club's view of the current position

Rye golfers help Day Centre

On Friday June 5 members and friends of the Rye Tennis Club enjoyed a golf day to raise money for the Rye and District...

World Champion defends title

Despite some anxious moments, Rye tennis coach and the British team battle through in France to reach the final of the veterans World Tennis Championships

Rother bowls out club bar

Following the failure of the now-defunct football club to obtain the correct building certificate, Rother Building Control have refused permission for the new owners, Rye Cricket Club, to use the bar and club room

Kshemal start does not end well

The cricket season continued as the 1st team looked to to win their 4th game in a row as they travelled away to Henfield and the 2nd team were at home to Burgess Hill. However high hopes were bumped down to earth as the 1st were skittled out. But the 2nd did well in a tight finish. Clouds loom over the pavilion though, as Martin Blincow reports

Le Tour de France in two days

The Tour de France, but with a difference. Heidi Foster reports from a first timer's point of view in a very personal account of a weekend cycling trip with the Rye Wheelers across the Channel....and with some wine to recover

Grass season starts at Rye LTC

Saturday May 23 saw the start of the summer season at Rye Lawn Tennis Club with a competition for members of all abilities, to mark the opening of the Club's eight grass courts for the season.

Rye CC win again

Rye entertained Stirlands Cricket Club in a match sponsored by My Sweet Old Etcetera on Saturday in a contest that saw the visitors travel over 100 miles to engage in this Sussex Premier Cricket League division four contest

Croquet mallets unleashed

Croquet season opens at Rye Tennis Club with two hotly-contested games played on a well-prepared croquet lawn

Darts: Close victory for hosts

LETS PLAY DARTS: Rye hosted Brighton Red Oaks at the Granary on Wednesday evening. Read Shane Ridger's match report here

The sun shines for Rye 10 miles

Members of Rye Runners took part in a challenging 10 mile run around Peasemarsh and Beckley on Sunday May 24. Competitor, Katie Gurney, tells the story.

RHSC pushed the boat right out

Rye Harbour Sailing Club's Push the Boat Out event was a great success with dinghies and cruisers giving taster sessions to both experienced and novice sailors of all ages

Marshmen tri hard

Want to know how it feels to run a Triathlon? read an explanation of this gritty and demanding event and wonder as 70 year old Bob Sharp tells us of his Marshman experience

Rye 1st XI on a roll

Rye made it two in a row when they travelled to Wisborough Green on Saturday. Despite a damp wicket they produced a competitive run total and fine bowling and fielding produced a satisfying result reports Martin Blincow

Petanque – Sussex-style

Petanque league matches start this week. Imported from France, this friendly and sociable game is converting the British with 49 teams playing in local leagues.

Cruiser race foiled by low tide

A dying wind and falling tide caused problems for the cruiser race on May 10 with some boats being forced to abandon the race to get home while there was still sufficient water

Rye cricketers win opener

Despite a wet start to the season Rye started their league campaign with a solid win over Keymer & Hassocks in a match sponsored by My Sweet Old Etcetera