Crawley Town v Exeter slideshow

Crawley Town pulled of a sensational 3-1 win at high-flyers Exeter City on Tuesday night.
Harry Kewell during the Exeter City game. Picture by Jon Rigby

Kewell: 'It’s fantastic, after what happened at the weekend, they still turned out'

Harry Kewell praised the Crawley Town fans for their support during their brilliant 3-1 win against Exeter City.
Harry Kewell was delighted with the result. Picture by Jon Rugby

Kewell: 'That was the best football I have seen Crawley Town play for a long time'

Harry Kewell praised his side after they pulled off a brilliant 3-1 win against Exeter City tonight (Tuesday).

Crawley Town players congratulate Josh Payne on his penalty. Picture by Jon Rigby

Supersub Roberts inspires vital home win for Crawley Town

Supersub Jordan Roberts inspired Crawley Town to a 3-1 win against Exter City - only the Reds second home victory of the season.
Ed Cassidy, a senior manager in mental health commissioning for Crawley, Horsham and Mid Sussex CCGs

On Your Marks: Life is stressful, and we want to make it less so

In the first of these columns, I spoke to Dr Minesh Patel from the CCG, and something he said really resonated with me. He said that he had prescribed someone with anxiety and depression to do a parkrun - and it really helped.
Four-month-old Louie Pidgeon who attended his first Reds game at Wycombe on Saturday with proud parents, Reds fans Miles and Emma

Fan's view: 'If Harry didn’t realise the fans' feelings of frustration towards the current performances then he certainly does now'

Football is such a passionate game and it means so much to the people that follow it - writes Steve Herbert.
Harry Kewell

Statement from Harry Kewell: "At no time did anyone have to hold me back - I apologise for any misunderstanding"

Harry Kewell has made a statement after yesterday's incident at Wycombe.
Harry Kewell

Taste of the Terrace: The promising signs were there but Reds hit the buffers at Wycombe

My opening comment last week about the club issuing a public health warning seems remarkably apposite following this horror show which was all the more disappointing for the fact that it was so unexpected, writes Geoff Thornton.
Katie-George with Sadie Mason MBE

Paralympian Dunlevy is crowned double champion at Sussex Sports Awards

Crawley-based Paralympic cyclist and gold-medallist, Katie-George Dunlevy, has won both the University of Brighton Disabled Sports Personality of the Year award and the Freedom Leisure Sports Personality of the Year award at the Sussex Sports Awards whilst 93-year old Les Kempster has been named the BBC Sussex Unsung Hero of the Year.
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On Your Marks: Lunges and skipping are my mortal enemies!

The first steps to my target to do a half marathon in six months are well and truly passed. I completed my first 5km run two weeks ago - The Poppy Run at Clapham Common.

Will Sheffield

Sussex Boys Academy welcomes first Aldridge student

Will Sheffield has become the first boy from the Aldridge Cricket Academy (ACA) to be accepted into Sussex Cricket’s Academy.

George Garton signs the contract extension that keeps him at The 1st Central County Ground until at least 2020.

Garton signs contract extension

Left-arm fast bowler, George Garton will be staying at Sussex until at least the end of the 2020 season after signing a two-year contract extension.
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Review: Beyond the Barricade, The Capitol

Beyond the Barricade have done it again.
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George Garton in action for Sussex during the 2017 season.

Sussex seamer Garton joins up with England squad

Sussex left-arm seamer, George Garton, will join the England squad in Australia having been called up for the side’s final warm-up match before the Ashes series gets underway.

Debby Scott

On Your Marks: ‘It’s mostly a case of mind over matter’

At my first visit to the Tilgate parkrun (see last week’s column), I bumped into Debby Scott, who I knew through her husband James.

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Review: Grease, The Hawth Theatre

There's not many musicals that have the majority of songs stick in your head after seeing it - but Grease certainly is one.

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Chris Nash celebrates a century for Sussex. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Batsman Nash signs for Nottinghamshire

Horsham’s Chris Nash has signed for Nottinghamshire a week after leaving Sussex.

Ready to run round Tilgate Lake

On Your Marks: First attempt at a parkrun did not go to plan, but what a great event

If you have followed my column, you will know I am targeting to run a half marathon in six month’s time.

Caught out! I here I am in snacking mode

On Your Marks: Don’t have a target weight, have a target waist size

It’s week two of my challenge to get fit and healthier and this week I am going to focus on diet.

'One big' Sussex Cricket League will start in 2018 after majority of clubs vote in favour

Sussex will have 'one big league' in 2018 after clubs across the county voted to introduce it a year early.
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