2nd XI lose to better team

Rye 2nds on Saturday went to league leaders Linfield where they came up against the best team they have faced this season

Duck after duck after duck

The first five Rye batsmen left the field without adding a run last weekend as a young Rye side lost by eight wickets to Slinfold

A tough foreign challenge

Serve! Rye Lawn Tennis Club’s 87th annual invitation tournament is under way. Players from Europe and the USA will provide stiff competition this year

Rye’s cricketers run out of luck

Rye's cricketers were looking to extend their run of good form when they travelled to Keymer & Hassocks last weekend

Wins all round the wickets

Rye Cricket Club enjoyed a great day as all four teams won. Young players led the way, some making amazing individual contributions

Crib teams need you

Cribbage is one of the oldest card games around, a traditional pub game, too. The league starts again in autumn but already pubs are looking for new team players

Final whistle nears for United

Rye United FC’s future hangs in the balance following its annual meeting, which saw the club agree to transfer assets to pay off debts but fail...

United playing for extra time

The future of the Quarter Boys hangs in the balance as the AGM fails to appoint any club officers and reveals that club property has been passed to a builder to pay off bills

Rye lose toss but win game

What a sweet weekend that was for Rye Cricket Club when they welcomed Hellingly to the Salts - a match sponsored, appropriately, by My Sweet Old Etcetera

Boules season takes off

The five pétanque leagues in and around Rye are enjoying a good summer. The sport is growing fast. It is competitive, fun and easy to learn

World cup fever hits Rye

The World Cup began with the opening ceremony which took place at the Arena de Sao Paulo in Brazil with performers including Jennifer Lopez

Lady luck frowns on cricketers

On Saturday the funfair might have departed from the Salts but a big dipper was left behind which the Rye 1st Xl, in a match sponsored by local antique jewellers My Sweet Old Etc, rode all afternoon

It’s that time again

Roy Hodgson was recently spotted in Rye and now he's in Rio managing England's World Cup team. Roy, Rye and Rio are all winners but how successful will his England team be in Brazil?

Rye United calls AGM

All are welcome to attend Rye United Football Club's annual general meeting on Thursday June 26 at the Clubhouse on the Salts, Fishmarket Road which will start at 8pm

Rye’s boxers pack a punch

It was a good night for the Warriors when Rye Town Amateur Boxing Club held its first home show at the local sports centre

Rye’s1st XI hit for six

The weather was behind Rye's decision to put Wisborough Green 1st XI into bat at the Salts. The weather, though, was not the deciding factor

Rye at the crease – finally

By Dan Lake After the postponement of last week's match against Crawley following poor playing conditions, Rye Cricket Club finally take to the field - and...

Rye pads up for new league

Rye CC have a tough 2014 opener as the first XI attempts to match the highs of a hugely successful season last year

Warriors’ big fight night

Rye's boxing club faces an important test at the end of May: it will be hosting Rye's first fully competitive boxing show

Cash for cancer nurses

Macmillan nurses had 950 runners raising cash for them in this year's London Marathon. One of them was Rachel Comotto of Winchelsea