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

Iden remain top with max points

Two wins from two games equals six points. A great improvement from last season when Iden started with a single point from their first two games! Match report by Shane Ridgers.

Cricket awards for Colts

More than 80 people were present on Saturday evening as Rye Cricket Club held its annual end of season awards and recognised the Colts' contribution as well as the adults' six centuries and one bowler's eight wickets for 34 runs

Our petanque conquerors

Rye News's first petanque tournament passed without injury or anyone being shown a red card on the Strand pitch last Saturday September 13th but Rye News's own team only managed to stagger in last - although their team did include two novices. Serious players were seen measuring how close their boules were with a tape, but fun was had even by first time players - and rain did not stop play.

Icklesham too casual

Icklesham Casuals 1st team got off to a disappointing start to the season on Saturday with a 3-1 home loss to Mountfield United.

Boxers ready for another hit show

Boxing is coming home as Rye Town Amateur Boxing club host their second home show and the Southern Counties Senior Novice Championship finals on the same day over twelve hours. If you are boxing fan do not miss either show at Rye Sports Centre on Saturday October 4.

Undermanned Iden win in opener

With players missing due to cricket, weddings and work, manager Chip Winton called upon Iden veteran Alec Tiltman to be the only sub. Between them Alec and Chip clock up a staggering 105 years as Iden Football Club played Peche Hill Select

Defeat ends good season

After a long hard season of highs and lows, Rye Cricket Club played their final games, with the 1st and 3rd XIs losing, but the 2nd XI winning emphatically. Martin Blincow sums up

Thumbs down for pitch

Rye's cricket is under threat over the state of the pitch. Complaints nearly resulted in one match being cancelled and a site meeting has been held with Rother District Council (RDC) and local councillor Sam Souster to get the pitch better looked after. As no football may be taking place on the Salts this autumn RDC have a chance to put things right. Dan Lake reports.

FA cup scare for Hastings

Eastbourne Town Ass 2 - 3 Hastings United ETA goals: Taylor 13, Mann 25 HU goals: Olorunda 27, Sawyer 36, Cook 80

Cricketers go down but stay up

The aim of the 2014 cricket season for Rye Cricket Club was to secure its status in the Sussex Cricket League for 2015 after securing promotion from the East Sussex League in 2013 and on Saturday that aim was achieved. For a small club like Rye on the eastern extremity of the county the sustaining of county league status has been a challenge both on and off the field.

Rye News boules in

Petanque may come from France, but all are welcome to "boule" along (with or without a beret) to the Strand Quay on Saturday September 13 from 2pm for the Rye News Petanque competition even if you have not played before. Boules will be provided, teams will be assembled (where necessary) and the organisation will be flexible. Dennis Leeds-George reports on the Sports page.

Six aside coming soon

With cricket coming to an end, and the nights beginning to close in, you may fear the worst - too much television - but fear not as the excitement of another football season is here. ... and it is only six a side.... and open to all ages and abilities

Ten seconds to defeat

Harvesting, holidays and weddings meant the 2nd XI only had 10 players, six of whom were first-timers, and so they lost to Crowhurst Park. But the Under-16s (who were mostly under 15 and 14) came second in their Division in the Sussex Juniors Cricket Festival. Martin Blincow reports and bowls 1 for 22

Hard lessons bear fruit

After a long run of defeats since early July, Rye's 1st Xl learnt from those hard lessons and Craig Pierce's bowling hammered Henfield on the Salts, moving Rye closer to their mid-table end of season target. Martin Blincow reports

Tough lessons at crease

While they can't call a halt to the August harvest, cricket captains might be tempted to ban weddings. Rye 1st XI went to Portslade with a team much diminished by these events - and the 2nds went from high hopes to a whimper at home

Beaten by a one-man band

Rye Ist XI entertained League leaders Steyning at the Rye Cricket Salts, in a match sponsored by My Sweet Old Etcetera, while the 2nd XII were left one man short following a late injury