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Rocks 2 Gloucester 2: Bognor blow 2-0 lead

The Rocks blew a two-goal lead and had to settle for a point against Gloucester.
James Crane is taken away on a stretcher after dislocating his shoulder

Pearce upbeat despite Rocks giving up 2-0 lead

Bognor boss Jack Pearce was upbeat after seeing his side draw 2-2 with Gloucester – but lamented the defending that allowed the visitors to claim a point.

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The Rocks will have a new face in the ranks for the clash with Gloucester / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Defender joins Bognor - will two more follow?

Defender Kristian Campbell has joined the Rocks on loan for a month from National premier side Bromley - and the club hope to get another two new faces through the door in the next week or so.
James Crane heads the winner for the Rocks versus Weston / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Rocks out to build on FA Cup win - but need to be ten per cent fitter

Bognor’s FA Cup victory over Weston-super-Mare can lift the whole club and spark a revival in their league fortunes.

The Rocks take on Eastbourne Borough three weeks ago / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Bognor off to Eastbourne in the FA Cup

It had to be ... the FA Cup draw has handed Bognor another reunion with Jamie Howell with a trip to face his Eastbourne Borough side.
Rocks fans celebrate a goal - but would they want the budget pushed too far for big signings? Picture by Kate Shemilt

COLUMN: Jack’s right to stick to Rocks budget

I was amazed to hear a comment from Jack Pearce this week regarding wages.


FA Cup: Crane lifts Rocks into next round - report and video verdict

The Rocks are in the next round of the FA Cup after coming from behind and beating Weston-super-Mare with James Crane's injury-time winner.
The Rocks in action at Chelmsford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: Wet and windswept, but it takes more than that to keep Green Army away

I’m writing this on the coach home from Hemel Hempstead and we’re cold and wet – but we’re still here in our masses, writes Ian Guppy, chairman of the Rocks supporters’ club.

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Jack Pearce with his players before the recent 0-0 draw at Chelmsford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks boss’ vow to fans as poor results continue

Jack Pearce promised to do everything in his power to turn around the Rocks’ poor run of form – and said he had every confidnece that his hard-working players were committed to halting the slump.

Jimmy Muitt's goal from the spot was Bognor's only bright spot at Hemel / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks' poor run continues at Hemel Hempstead

Bognor were left to reflect on a fifth defeat in six games - and a third in a row - when Jimmy Muitt's penalty proved insufficient to secure any return from their visit to Hemel Hempstead.
Jack Pearce in the Nyewood Lane dugout during the pre-season friendly with Crawley / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks chief Pearce on management, money, Marmite... and much more

Jack Pearce has fiercely defended his role as Rocks manager - and promised he would review it in six weeks if a poor run of results did not pick up and if players were not responding to his part in running the team.
Ben Swallow couldn't save the Rocks at Wealdstone / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Stones too strong for Rocks

It's two points from their past six games now for Bognor after they fell to a 3-0 defeat to Wealdstone in west London.

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

'Unrest' sparks plans for Rocks fans' Q&A session with boss

Bognor boss Jack Pearce has arranged a fans' forum to give supporters a chance to quiz him over concerns some have over the direction in which the club is going.
New loan striker Chinedu McKenzie in action at Chelmsford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks admit: We must improve fast – and strengthen

The Rocks reflected on a second successive home defeat and admitted: We know we have to improve – and fast.

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MoM Ben Swallow tries to get the Rocks on the front foot against Hungerford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks slip to sorry defeat at home to Hungerford

The Rocks fell to their third defeat in four National League South games as two soft Hungerford goals left them empty-handed at Nyewood Lane.
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Sussex sides get mixed fortunes in FA Cup draw

Horsham, Eastbourne Borough, Whitehawk and Bognor will all be at home in the second qualifying round of the FA Cup.
New Rocks striker Chinedu McKenzie puts Chelmsford under pressure / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks happy to come home from Chelmsford with point

The Rocks battled hard and took a well-earned point on a warm late summer afternoon away to leaders Chelmsford City.
Ollie Robinson

County Championship - day 3: Robinson guides Sussex to victory

In a thrilling finish at Colwyn Bay, Sussex were indebted to Ollie Robinson, who guided his team to victory – their sixth of the summer- and enhance their chances of gaining promotion to Division 1.

The Rocks players huddle before Monday's game with Eastbourne. Picture by Tommy McMillan

Killpatrick says ‘no excuses’ from Rocks at mounting injury list

Rocks coach Darin Killpartrick insists he’ll be making no excuses - despite a growing list of injuries within his playing squad at present.

Kane Wills netted the winner against his former club

Former Rock Kane Wills nets winner for Borough in front of impressive crowd

Ex-Rock Kane Wills netted the only goal as Eastbourne Borough took three points in front of an impressive crowd in Bognor.
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