Cricketers win indoor league

After a tough season, Rye's indoor cricketers were finally crowned league champions, gaining promotion in advance of the new indoor season which starts later this year

Sinners turn saints against Baptists

"Foul and abusive" language led to the Iden player/manager being sent off in the critical semi final of the Birchwood Group challenge cup against Battle Baptists. What happened next . . .?

Icklesham suffer double defeat

Icklesham Casuals had a bad weekend when both their 1st and 2nd teams were defeated at home while their veteran team ended up with the weekend off

Rye Bay draw cracking game

On a wet and windy Saturday morning Rye Bay hosted Little Common at Dogs Hill Road. Despite the weather both teams produced a cracking match

Casuals earn a good point

Icklesham Casuals 2nd football team picked up a point in a 1-1 draw away to Sandhurst 2nds on Saturday March 1, writes David Mayne. Icklesham...

Beckley bounce back to victory

Beckley Rangers were looking to bounce back with victory in the Crowborough and District U18s League A Division football match as they travelled away to play against Tonbridge Junior Gunners at the weekend. Did they do it? Read on

Icklesham youngsters win tournament

Icklesham youngsters not only reached the final of the "Albion in the Community" tournament but went on to win it by beating Eastbourne Town in the final

PCSO Dan’s on the run

PCSO Dan Bevan hopes to show a clean pair of heels on Sunday March 22 when he and three friends run in the Hastings half-marathon to raise money for Rother Responders

Icklesham Veterans lead the way

Icklesham football teams suffered defeat, a pitch unfit for playing on and a last-minute change of venue. But the Veterans surged to victory and now top their League

Two goalies grab a win for Iden

Iden played their first game in weeks against bottom of the table Robertsbridge. A depleted squad left manager Chip Winton with selection problems, but he managed to secure victory

Icklesham Casuals never say die

Icklesham Casuals first team came back from a 3:0 disadvantage in the last 15 minutes of play against division one high-fliers Bexhill AAC. Icklesham fought back and won a valuable away point, taking them out of the relegation zone

Kilsby does the trick for Rye Bay

It was a 7:1 thriller when Rye Bay under-12s took on Hastings United. A hat trick from Jordan Kilsby helped boost the goal difference, but the Rye team all defended and attacked with gusto and vim

Coach Candy cruises to another title

LTA Seniors Player of the Year - Frances Candy - starts 2015 with continued success and a convincing double victory at the tennis National Indoor Championships. Head coach Candy provides yet more lustre to Rye Tennis Club with another title to add to an impressive list from last year.

Rye’s indoor boys ease to victory

Great batting, bowling - and some "interesting" fielding - brought another win for Rye's indoor cricketers and lengthened their unbeaten record

Even game ends in draw for Rye Bay

Rye Bay under-12s faced a tough match away to Bexhill. It was freezing cold and, with the opposition evenly matched and both teams pushing forward, it took a full 100 per cent effort to do so well

Goals galore in Icklesham defeat

There were goals galore when Icklesham Casuals 2nd team played away to Robertsbridge United II last Saturday. In a match played on a treacherous...

Rye sign top overseas bowler

Rye Cricket Club have pulled off a major coup: the signing of bowler Kshemal Waingankar, who has often scuppered the innings of touring English batsmen. More than that, he will also be coaching the local Colts

Rye still at the crease – 261 not out

The future for Rye Cricket Club looks secure as it is on the brink of making a major step forward with the granting in principle of a 99-year lease on the pavilion. Martin Blincow reports here on the club's annual meeting

Beckley Rangers in goal fest

A great whole team performance - and man of the match Henry Donoghue scoring four goals - means Beckley Rangers are through to the semi-final of the Crowborough and District league cup

Casuals take on tough opposition

They had been beaten by the opposing team twice previously this season, but that did not deter Icklesham Casuals first team and, this time, they earned themselves a point