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Atzeni stars as Goodwood's May Festival ends on high

Andrea Atzeni was the man of the moment with a treble on the final day of Goodwood's May Festival.
Action from Fontwell's last meeting / Picture by Clive Bennett

It's family fun time at Fontwell - preview and tips

It's Bank Holiday family fun day at Fontwell Park on Sunday.
Mori (Ryan Moore) wins the Height of Fashion Stakes / Picture by Clive Bennett

Goodwood's May Festival is a scorcher

In weather that could barely have been any better, the first two days of Goodwood's May Festval have been hailed a big success.
Michael Burgess. Pictures by PW Sporting Photography

County Championship - day 1: Denly toils to hit century against Sussex

On a sublime day when batting often appeared a surprisingly tricky pastime, Kent’s Joe Denly toiled for almost five hours to post his first hundred of the championship summer and lead his side’s gritty performance against Sussex.

Wayne Rooney

RUMOUR MILL: Rooney offered two huge £50m deals to leave Man United | Arsenal offer contract rebel Sanchez £270,000-a-week | Chelsea will accept £60m for Costa | Ronaldo could face five-year prison sentence for tax fraud | PSG and AC Milan want Stoke’s Arnautovic | Liverpool will have to pay up to £60m for RB Leipzig midfielder Keita

Big deals on offer for Wayne Rooney.
Stirlands line-up ahead of Saturday's game with rivals Slinfold. Picture by Kate Shemilt KS170919

Defeat for Stirlands just days after disappointing news

Stirlands welcomed 2016 rivals Slinfold to Birdham, only a couple of days after the news that Indian seamer Ajinkya Deshpande would not be joining the club, after his visa application was rejected.

Molly Wordens NSU RiverHawks side with their MIAA championship trophy (Worden  front row, far right).

An impressive season comes to end for Worden

An impressive season came to an end for Molly Worden at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) women’s tennis tournament in Altamonte Springs, Florida.

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Chichester City Football Club manager Miles Rutherford. Picture by Steve Reid

Rutherford rules himself out of running for Rocks job

The Chichester City management team sent out a clear message at the club’s end of season awards, “We are staying.”

Jimmy Muitt will remain with Rocks next season after signing a new contract. Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks tie duo down for National League South campaign

Jimmy Muitt and Doug Tuck have put pen to paper on new one-year deals at Bognor Regis Town Football Club.

Ross Barkley

RUMOUR MILL: Everton willing to accept £50m for Barkley | Aberdeen boss McInnes favourite for Sunderland job | Manchester United ready to activate Griezmann's £85m release clause | West Brom interested in Man City striker Iheanacho | Incoming Barcelona boss makes Herrera top priority | Madrid cool interest in Hazard | PSG want Clichy

Everton will accept £50m for Ross Barkley apparently.
Mark Davis

Sussex head to Kent looking to make amends

Sussex go to Tunbridge Wells on Friday nursing painful memories of the previous meeting with Kent at Hove last month.

Midhurst bowlers who went to Stratford

Bowls: Midhurst expand their league effort

The Three Counties Bowls League got under way and for the first time Midhurst have entered an A and a B team.

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Vernon Philander

County Championship - day 4: Sussex win first Specsavers County Championship match of the season in style

Sussex won their first Specsavers County Championship match of the season in some style, defeating Durham by an innings and 177 runs at Hove on Wednesday afternoon to take a maximum 24 points.

James Fraser in action for Bognor this season. Picture by Kate Shemilt

Promotion-winning midfield duo depart but Heath is back

Managerless Rocks have lost two of their Ryman League Premier Division promotion-winning side.

Claudia Havranek and Charley Mason at the Heart show

Bognor duo put their Heart into wins on the road

A slow, nervous start almost cost Bognor Boxing Club’s Charley Mason at the Heart of Portsmouth ABC show.

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Corey Heath in action for Worthing. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Worthing defender joins rivals Rocks

Former Worthing Football Club defender Corey Heath has agreed to join local rivals Bognor Regis.

Ed Joyce in action at Arundel last year. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Ed Joyce announces retirement from county cricket

Ed Joyce has decided to retire from county cricket with immediate effect, in order to concentrate on playing for his country, Ireland.

James Rodriguez

RUMOUR MILL: James more likely to join Chelsea than Man United | Bayern Munich prepared to pay £50m for Sanchez | Moyes wants to become Scotland boss | Red Devils ready to offer Griezmann more than £12m a year | Madrid sign 16-year-old Brazilian in deal worth £38.7m

James Rodriguez is more likely to join Chelsea than Manchester United.
Bognor ladies' competition winners

Golf ladies have spring in step at Bognor

The ladies’ spring meeting at Bognor is held over two consecutive weeks. The first competition was the Thorpe Cup, an individual medal event. The overall competition winner was Andrea Cooper.

Joffra Archer made 70 from 68 balls, with six fours and five sixes,

County Championship - day 3: Resolute batting takes Durham into fourth day at Hove

Some resolute defensive batting from Durham’s captain Paul Collingwood and Ryan Pringle has carried their championship match against Sussex into the fourth day.

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