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Erin’s climbing the national rankings

Erin Berry has qualified for the national climbing final at the Edinburgh International Climbing arena on April 29.

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Juniors from CWTC at the Goodwood event

Chichester duathletes impress on two wheels... and two legs

On a chilly Sunday morning, a group of junior athletes from Chichester Westgate Triathlon Club arrived at Goodwood motor circuit to compete in the spring duathlon run by Portsmouth Triathletes.

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Haywards Heath Town manager Shaun Saunders. Picture by Derek Martin DM158457

Haywards Heath Town cleared following banned player claims

Southern Combination League Premier Division leaders Haywards Heath Town have been cleared of any wrongdoing following allegations of they fielded ineligible players earlier in the season.

Jack Wilshere

RUMOUR MILL: City target Alli | English clubs zero in on Celtic target Onyekuru | Wilshere could head East

Man City are after Dele Alli.

Rohan Miah receives the junior open trophy from Mark Wood

Rohan roars to Chichester junior open title

It was great to see Chichester’s biggest field of juniors playing in the NA Al Nassar junior open. A mix of boys and girls, 20 in total, took part.

Bronte Harvey goes for glory for the Falcons

Rookie softballers win the silverware for Falcons

Following up from a hugely-successful Rookie Night at Oaklands Park in March, Chichester Falcons Softball Club took an inexperienced team to Eastleigh’s rookieball tournament, half of whom had not seen a softball until a fortnight ago.

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Jerome Taylor has agreed terms with Sussex for the Royal London One-Day Cup
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Sussex agree terms with Jerome Taylor for Royal London One-Day Cup

Sussex Cricket have moved quickly to bolster their fast bowling ranks with the news that they have agreed terms with West Indian international Jerome Taylor, as a replacement for Vernon Philander for the Royal London One-Day Cup group stages.

Heroic Chris Hughton.

Hughton is one of the most respected managers in football, he gets the credit he deserves from me - Bloom

Chris Hughton has been saluted as one of the most respected managers in the game by Brighton & Hove Albion chairman Tony Bloom.

Rachel Laurie shone at Crawley

Personal bests achieved by Chichester youngsters at Crawley

Five Chichester Runners & AC athletes went to the Crawley AC’s early-season open meeting.

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The latest football news from around the world.

RUMOUR MILL: Man City in pole position for Mendy | United show most interest over Griezmann | Sanchez set to remain with Arsenal

Mendy looks like he's on his way to the Etihad.

Midhurst RFC under-13s have had a fabulous campaign

Midhurst marvels enjoy unbeaten rugby season

Midhurst under-13s won their last game in the Waterfall competition, beating Eastbourne 60-10 on a gloriously sunny day at Eastbourne.

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PICTURE SPECIAL: Chichester City are lanced by the Lancers

It’s been a mixed weekend for our local Southern Combination League teams.


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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Hadron open action at Chichester YC

Felpham set to push boat out ... No Hadron colliders at Chichester

Officials at Felpham Sailing Club are on the lookout for people who fancy getting out on the water.

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Luke Herbert at Brands Hatch

Herbert’s back - and don’t his racing rivals know it

Luke Herbert is back on the racetrack in the Mazda MX-5 Supercup.

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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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Stiaan van Zyl. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

County Championship, day 2: Ruthless Notts beat Sussex inside two days

Notts 447, Sussex 155 & 204: Nottinghamshire produced a ruthless performance with the ball to defeat Sussex inside two days in their Specsavers County Championship match at Trent Bridge.

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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The blind pairs winners, Gary Blackwood and Richard Clear

Route to Bognor darts title is Clear for duo

The conclusion of the Bognor Double-In Double-Out Darts League took the form of a blind pairs knockout followed by trophy presentations at the Newtown Social Club.

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