Off-colour Ports shaded out

Heathfield III 19 St Leonards CP 10 (HT 5-10) After two convincing wins against Heathfield, Ports travelled confidently yesterday with a large squad. Heathfield were strengthened and showed greater steel, but it was clear from the off that Ports were not reaching the form they reached in their two previous wins. While Ports were structured... Continue Reading →

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Ports defeated in pulsating contest

St Leonards CP 19 East Grinstead 49 (HT 7-12) While the score suggests otherwise Ports faced the league leaders and for 70 minutes went head to head with them. Ports had a large squad, as did their visitors, but knew they would be facing a well-drilled and organised team. Grinstead had the early possession and... Continue Reading →

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 →

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