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...

Rangers unbeaten in two games

Beckley Rangers travelled up to play 2nd placed Tunbridge Wells for a double header in the Crowborough and District Division A football league

Rye Bowls start their season

Rye Bowls Club open their greens on April 25 and welcome all who would like to try this social and entertaining sport and perhaps take part in the many league and friendly matches during the year

Young sailors chase the Egg

Easter has come and gone, but for the young sailors of Rye Harbour Sailing Club, now back at school, memories of Bank Holiday Monday on...

Barmy army go for triple glory

Iden face the first of two cup finals this Monday, April 13, as they line up against Hollington in the Birchwood Group challenge cup at Eastbourne Borough. And there could be a third cup final coming up . . .

This April in ‘Fixtures’ . . .

Our lead article in this month's Fixtures, delivered to local homes by Adams of Rye, is by farmer Simon Wright. He explains why Romney Marsh farmers are on the hunt for additional income to sustain the core business. There are six pages of articles . . .

Hat-trick for Daniels

The ever-improving young Icklesham Casuals 2nd team recorded their third victory of the season on March 28, with a thoroughly deserved 3-0 success against Hampden Park United, Daniels scoring the hat-trick

Rangers continue their good form

Despite a few injuries Beckley Rangers travelled away from home at the weekend looking to continue their good winning run as they faced Hastings United, and after four wins are now placed third in the league.

Match turns on Barker’s red

Iden looked to take their cup form into their league campaign as they travelled away to Ninfield on Saturday 21 March. Despite missing key players, Iden were able to field a strong team, but the game turned on a one-sided decision by the referee which cost Iden. Read Shane Ridgers' report here

Beckley hold on to win

Looking to continue their winning streak after beating Tonbridge Junior Gunners U18 5-1 last week Beckley Rangers travelled away to Rotherfield U18s. After weeks of playing on poor pitches it was a pleasant surprise to see a pitch like Wembley! Read Ashleigh Fraser's match report

Casuals make their point

Icklesham Casuals 2nd team gained an excellent point on Saturday March 14 in a 1-1 draw against high-flyers Punnetts Town, writes David Mayne. On...

Iden’s great cup run continues

Iden continued their cup form by reaching the semi-final of the Hastings Intermediate Cup, beating Hollington FC. In attack, they were very dangerous, but Hollington is a side that never gives up. Read the Iden goalie's match report here