Chopbacks show no signs of winter rust

South Coast Athletico 5 Hawkhurst II 0 With the winter weather closing in rain began to fall at the Chopbacks' home pitch at Bexhill College for this Saturday’s league return clash against Hawkhurst United seconds. The first game at Hawkhurst ended honours even with a 3-3 scoreline, Chopbacks management team, Neil Sutcliffe and Sam Cook had made positive changes approaching the game which they felt would make... Continue Reading →

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Ports let result slip away in storm

St Leonards CP 7 Rye 18 (HT 7-7) Ports faced their local rivals as the wind and rain swept in across the William Parker pitch. From the off the weather was the clear controlling force and both sides spilled the ball. Rye played sensibly within the conditions but Chopper Gooders, Chris Perry and Mike Hutchins... Continue Reading →

News In Brief

Grotbusters prosecution Hastings Borough Council (HBC) has successfully prosecuted landlord Shaun Matthew Treloar for a failure to carry out work to a property he owns in Shepherd St, St Leonards. Kim Forward, lead councillor for planning said: “We aim to work with owners to transform rundown properties and most of them understand our approach and the... Continue Reading →

Ports hold nerve in Police thriller

Met Police (Hayes) 19 St Leonards Cinque Ports 24 (HT 0-21) Ports travelled up the A21 for a friendly against new opposition in the Met Police. Despite travelling with a sizeable squad there were a number of changes in the Ports team, the clock being rolled back with Paul Smart skippering the side. Ports found... Continue Reading →

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