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PICTURE SPECIAL: Rocks go close to title - but not close enough

It was an agonising afternoon for the Rocks as a 1-1 draw with Met Police ended their hopes of lifting the Ryman premier title.

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Head in hands for Doug Tuck after a Rocks chance goes missing against Met Police / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks coach reflects on one of his worst days and asks: Why can’t we get over the line?

Angry and bitterly-disappointed Rocks coach Darin Killpartrick reflected on another heartbreaking title near miss – and said it was one of the worst days of his life.

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The team celebrate. Picture by Steve Robards

Fisk's injury time winner saves Burgess Hill Town from the drop

Burgess Hill Town survived relegation in the most dramatic of finishes at the Green Elephant Stadium.
Dan Beck tries his luck for the Rocks against Met Police / Picture by Tim Hale

Agony... Rocks miss out on Ryman premier title by one goal

So near - yet so far. The Rocks could barely have got any closer to winning the Ryman premier title without actually winning it.
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Some of the many Rocks fans who were at Havant / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks must keep their end of final-day Ryman title bargain

Let’s put our West Leigh Park woe behind us – and make sure we give ourselves a chance of lifting the Ryman premier title.

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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Howell - Don’t slag off the Rocks players

A bullish Jamie Howell defended his players after a 1-0 defeat at Havant left the Rocks second favourites to win the Ryman premier title.

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James Fraser on the ball for the Rocks at Havant / Picture by Tim Hale

Defeat at Havant knocks Bognor off Ryman top spot

Bognor gave up top spot in the Ryman premier as they lost to a single goal at Havant.

PICTURE SPECIAL: Rocks return to top spot

Photographer Tim Hale was on the scene as Bognor got the better of Harlow to return to the top of the Ryman premier ahead of the trip to face their title rivals Havant.

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VIDEO: Howell delighted as Rocks set up Havant showdown

Bognor beat Harlow 3-0 at Nyewood Lane to go back on top of the Ryman premier and set up a cracker of a title showdown at Havant on Monday.

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James Fraser leads the players in celebration after scoring from the spot / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks back on top after Harlow are seen off

A Gary Charman header and two James Fraser penalties put Bognor back on top of the Ryman premier - and set up a cracker of an Easter Monday title showdown at Havant.
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Rocks boss Jamie Howell / Picture by Tim Hale

Fans and players told: Enjoy Rocks’ huge weekend

Jamie Howell leads the Rocks into the biggest week of their season telling fans and players: Enjoy it.

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Jimmy Muitt, Bognor's three-goal hero at Sudbury / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks bounce back with stunning Sudbury success

Jimmy Muitt netted a hat-trick as Bognor finished 4-0 winners at AFC Sudbury to hold on to top spot in the Ryman premier.
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Jimmy Muitt scored three for the Rocks at Sudbury / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Muitt's magic keep Rocks top

Jimmy Muitt fired a hat-trick at AFC Sudbury to keep Bognor one point ahead of Havant in the race for the Ryman premier title.

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Jimmy Wild has been a key man for the Rocks in recent weeks / Picture by Tim Hale

Top-two finish assured - but Rocks won’t stop there

Jamie Howell reflected on Bognor’s lead at the top of the Ryman premier being cut to a single point and vowed: “We’ll keep calm.”

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Michael Eisner wants to get involved at Pompey - would you invest in a club if had millions?

Talking Sport: £121m to invest in football? What should I do?

Right, in these times of fake news, we should make one thing clear - columnist Dean Adams does NOT have £121m to invest in a football club. He is just dreaming he does. What would you do with it? What would he do with it? Let’s hear...

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Jimmy Muitt / Picture by Tim Hale

Promotion hopes suffer setback as Rocks lose at Enfield

Bognor fell to their first league defeat since the end of January as they lost 1-0 at Enfield - and saw their lead at the top of the Ryman premier cut to just one point.

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Top scorer James Fraser couldn't save the Rocks from defeat at Enfield / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Rocks' lead cut to one point

Bognor are still top of the Ryman premier - but only just.
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Tommy Scutt in action at Fratton Park or Pompey's youth team / Picture by Ian Hargreaves

Ex-Chelsea man one of three new Rocks signings

A former Chelsea and Bristol City midfielder is one of three new Rocks additions as the management boost their options for the big promotion run-in.

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The Rocks players celebrate Jimmy Muitt's goal / Picture by Tim Hale

Can Rocks take flying form from home on the road?

The Rocks have passed their home test with flying colours – now they’re being challenged to maintain their title push on the road.

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GALLERY: Rocks beat Leiston to stay clear at top

Bognor chalked up their fourth win in 15 days when they defeated promotion rivals Leiston 1-0 at Nyewood Lane.

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