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At last! Rocks rediscover winning form at St Albans - report, pic special, video highlights

Bognor deservedly secured their first league win since August 15 as a real team effort saw them overcome St Albans at Clarence Park.
Dan Beck's shot, deflected past the keeper, won it for the Rocks at St Albans/ Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks' winless league run is over

At last! The Rocks have picked up a win in National League South - their 2-1 triumph at St Albans ending a 13-game sequence without a league victory.

Action from the Rocks' home clash with Hampton / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks insist: We have never worked harder

Coach Darin Killpartrick says the Rocks squad have never worked harder than they working to try to turn around their poor run of form.

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Jack Pearce in the Rocks dugout at Chelmsford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

ROCKS COLUMN: Moaning? We'd miss it if we couldn't

Football. It’s a game of opinions.


Hampton's visit has a cruel end for battling Bognor - report and video interview

The Rocks' search for an elusive league win goes on after they were pipped in the last ten minutes by in-form Hampton and Richmond Boroughin a hard-fought encounter at Nyewood Lane.
Jack Pearce. Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks boss Pearce: 'It's a big challenge for us'

When you have lost five out of the last six games, the last thing you need is to face the most in-form team in your league.

James Crane is carried off at home to Gloucester after dislocating his shoulder

Rocks hit by new injury blow ... and FA charge follows use of flares

The Rocks have been hit by two more pieces of bad news - one injury setback and an FA charge over the use of flares by their fans at an away game.
The Rocks try to contain Braintree / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Early goal puts writing on wall for Rocks at Braintree

The Rocks' struggles continue as a goal conceded after 21 seconds set the tone for an afternoon that ended in a 3-0 defeat at Braintree.

Tommy Block on the attack for the Rocks at Truro / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks show signs of hope – and areas for concern

Signs of encouragement – but things to worry about.

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Bognor's players celebrate Ibra Sekajja's equaliser / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks' long trip to Cornwall yields hard-earned point

The Rocks came away from their longest league trip in years with a valiant and battling point against title-chasing Truro City.
Ibra Sekajja heads home for the Rocks against Chippenham / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: Rocks critics are only showing they care

So it didn’t happen. Next week it will be Oxford City who will travel to Football League side Colchester in the FA Cup first round – meaning we’re still waiting, as we have been since 1995, to reach this promised land.

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Ibra Sekajja has a scoring home debut for the Rocks and will be in the side at Truro / Picture by Tommy McMillan

What can end the Rocks’ rut ahead of tough week on road?

The Rocks have gone back to basics to try to shore up their leaky defence – and remain convinced their poor run of results will end if they keep working hard.

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Archie Edwards at Charlton

Rocks recruit Charlton's under-23 captain

Bognor have moved to solve their full-back crisis by signing left-back Archie Edwards on loan from Charlton.

Ibra Sekajja is congratulated by Ollie Pearce after a goal on his Rocks home debut / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Chips are down for Rocks

It's three defeats on the trot for Bognor - and still no league win since August - after Chippenham won at Nyewood Lane despite a home debut goal for Ibra Sekajja.

The Rocks have welcomed two new faces into the squad / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks sign 6ft 4in striker from Germany

Bognor have been after a big striker to change their fortunes - now they have one they hope could do just that

Ben Swallow tries to get the Rocks on the attack at Oxford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Devastated by FA Cup loss – but manager is not quitting

Jack Pearce admits he was ‘devastated’ by Bognor missing on an FA Cup first-round spot – but insists a new manager is not the answer to the team’s recent poor results.

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Alex Parsons in one of his final Rocks appearances, at Chelmsford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

It's a new Rocks blow as Parsons leaves

Alex Parsons has left Bognor - but could still return to play for them in an emergency.
The Rocks were well supported at Oxford City / Picture by Tommy McMillan

FA Cup: Rocks miss out on first-round spot

Bognor's FA Cup dreams are over for another year after they slipped to a 1-0 loss at Oxford City in the final qualifying round.
Some of the fans who made the trip to Eastbourne - and there will be plenty at Oxford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: Rocks fans can’t wait for one of biggest days

So here we are, a day from one of the biggest Rocks games in a few years, writes Ian Guppy.

Ibra Sekajja in his Hemel days

Ex-Palace striker joins Rocks

The Rocks have a new striker - and he is set to be given the job of firing them into the first round of the FA Cup.
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