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

Rye Bay under eights play up

Rye Bay had their first game of 2015 away to Hastings Wanderers - and what a start to the new year! It was the best performance from the Rye Bay boys I have seen. Technically, the team lost, but they also won on so many different levels

Indoor cricket resumes with Rye top

After a great start to the indoor cricket season Rye Cricket Club are looking to build on their position when the season resumes on Thursday...

If you’re sitting uncomfortably . . .

It's not only sports injuries that require treatment - just sitting at a computer can do damage. Rebekah Gilbert offers a range of massage therapies to relieve stressed muscles - and nutrition advice, too

Rum racers tackle high winds

Last Sunday (January 11), the Rye Harbour Sailing Club rum race, for dinghies, was held on the river Rother, writes Ray Prewer. As this...

All is not lost in cricketing defeat

Rye's indoor cricketers lost, but learnt a valuable lesson: that they were capable of a good performance against stronger opponents in a tournament that would give the winners a place in the county cup

Narrow defeat for Casuals II

Although they managed to equalise in the first half, Icklesham Casuals 2nd team couldn't keep pace with high-flying Orington, who are now joint leaders in the East Sussex football league division six

Rovers too good for Rye Bay

After the festive break Rye Bay under 12s resumed with a game at home against Ringmer Rovers, writes Darren Paine. Rovers took control straight...

Club supporting the community

Icklesham Casuals are liaising with Albion in the Community who are providing free, indoor training sessions for 12 to 18 year-olds each Friday evening...

A sporting discount for 2015

If your new year resolve is to get fit at Rye's sports centre, mention Dan Lake's article in Rye News and you'll be given a discount . . .

Cricket team faces testing weekend

Rye's indoor cricket team looks to continue its unbeaten record as the team enters the cup competition with a place at the County Cup up for grabs for the winner

Santa and his helpers do a runner

Reindeer, elves and Christmas puddings were just some of the competitors in last Sunday's annual Santa fun run in support of St Michael's Hospice

Golfer Darcie ends on a flourish

Darcie Smith, a 14-year-old cadet member of Rye Golf Club, was one of 70 young players in the final rounds of the Andalucian Junior European Open, played in Spain. Bad weather made the tough courses even tougher, but she made the cut and finally showed her true form

Under-12s knock ’em for six

The day started miserable and damp and Rye Bay were very slow in getting started with Hastings taking an early lead, writes Darren Paine,...

Guts but no goals bring Iden defeat

Iden slip down the table after defeat by current Premier division champions Hollington, but it was a game that meant the manager had to think on his feet and the team left the pitch with their heads held high

Great win again for lads indoors

Another cracking performance and a resounding win against Netherfield brought a quality end to the first part of the season for Rye's indoor cricketers. Let's keep it up after Christmas boys, says Joe Lovell

Bay’s youngsters always give 110%

Both young teams from Rye Bay had good matches at home last weekend, displaying probably some of the best football the boys have played

Robben strikes send social packing

Iden battled verbally, physically and with the football to pull off a shock - but very much deserved - win against unbeaten league leaders St Leonards Social

Goals galore – in the wrong nets

Icklesham Casuals had an extremely disappointing weekend, with both 1st and 2nd teams suffering heavy defeats. Though they started evenly, they ended up with 15 goals scored against them

Rye town champ through to semis

Alex Howes, the 15-year-old Junior Novice Southern Counties champion from Rye Town Boxing Club, is through to the national semis next Saturday (December 6). And he's not the only fighter we should be keeping an eye on