Golfer Darcie heads to Spain finals

A trip to Spain beckons for Darcie Smith, a 14-year-old golfer from Camber after she earned a place in the Champions Final week of the 22nd Andalucia Junior European Open. Darren Smith reports on her amazing season

Iden deliver plenty of positives

The squad might have been down five, but Iden still managed to get five in the net in a handsome win against Rock a Nore last Saturday

Mixed results for Icklesham teams

Icklesham Casuals' teams produced a mixed bag of results last weekend and while the 2nd team pulled off their first win of the season there was no good news for the 1st eleven and the veterans as they both lost. David Mayne reports

Mallard cruises to victory

With the weather changing, delays to the start and three boats in close contention to claim the title, it was an eventful final weekend for Rye Harbour Sailing Club's Autumn Series. Richard Hopper reports.

Mixed fortunes for Icklesham

Mixed results for Icklesham Casuals as their second team lose in the cup but the veteran team remain unbeaten.

Rye hit opponents for six

Rye Cricket Club played their first indoor fixture in almost five years and, playing under new young captain Joe Lovell, the team won the match.

Iden get back to winning ways

Despite some dismal finishing and chances going begging there were some positive signs - not to mention three points - when Iden hosted Robertsbridge

Dull weather but not a dull race

The lead changed constantly as cruisers of Rye Harbour Sailing Club raced in Rye Bay. Most boats made a good start, but it was left to three to battle it out for first place on the final leg

Zon-derful Beckley

It was a memorable match, but only after a first half to forget did Beckley Rangers under 18s make an astonishing come back to win in the final seconds

Injury sours Icklesham’s first win

There was lots of football played last weekend and, ignoring injuries, it was great stuff for the spectators as well as the players. David Mayne gives us an update.

Another close game for Rye Bay

The Rye Bay clubhouse kitchen was open for business last Sunday thanks to Claire Warne. Bacon rolls, cookies and early morning coffee were much appreciated when Rye Bay under 8s entertained Hawkhurst under 8s at Harbour Road, writes Ali MacDonald

Rangers find their shooting boots

Beckley Rangers, away to Pembury in the Crowborough and District under-18s A league, started as they meant to go on and were two-up at half-time. And with a defence denying their opponents any decent chances, they were on to a sure winner

Goals galore – and then cake!

Rye Bays under 8s attacked as always when they visited Hastings Wanderers unders 8s in their second game of the season. They didn't win - even with a goal machine in their team - but they all played really well

150 hit the road

Rung out by Town Crier Rex Swain, in full costume, 150 properly dressed cyclists set out on a fundraising ride for two charities organised by Rotary and Rye Wheelers. Derrick Holman reports. Tour de France it was not, but Tour de Rye it most certainly was.

Youth players’ entertaining draw

Rye Bays under 12s second game of the season away to Hawkhurst Rovers under 12s proved to be another cracker with both teams taking over the lead but a goal two minutes from the final whistle meant that honours were even.

Rangers run halted by keeper

Hastings United's keeper was on top form to help halt Beckley Rangers two match unbeaten run as they went down 1-3 to United in the Crowborough and District Division A under 18s league.

Iden come from behind to win

Iden progressed into the quarter finals of the Birchwood Ford Challenge Cup beating Peche Hill Select 3-1 at the Park, Iden. Goals from Sam Cooper, Chris Gould and Alfie Weller secured a win despite having a bare eleven players due to work commitments, injuries and absences for reasons unknown!

Missed kicks in a non-vintage display

Ninfield came to Iden looking for their first victory of the season - unfortunately for them they came up against a wall, Justin Wall that is, who put in a man-of-the-match performance in a two-all draw

Bowls score, the rest lose out

Cost cutting measures being taken by councils like Rother District Council can mean sports suffer as the grass is cut less well on the Salts - but the bowls club grass is greener on the other side of the road and they seem to have no complaints.

Rye United: Rother grabs the keys

First the stand and floodlights went to pay United's debts. Now the district council has taken what remains of the club's hopes to rise from the ashes