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Cambridge United 2, Crawley Town 0: Payne sees red as Drummy's men lose

A goal in each half condemned Crawley Town to defeat at Cambridge United today (Saturday).

Dino Lamb ran in a hat-trick of tries as Worthing Raiders secured their National 2 South status this afternoon. Picture by Colin Coulson

Rampant Raiders secure National 2 South status

Worthing Raiders ensured their National 2 South status following a tense final day this afternoon.

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Shaun Saunders

Haywards Heath Town hit seven past YM to finish top of the SCFL Premier - but are awaiting trophy

Haywards Heath Town beat Horsham YMCA 7-1 to win the Southern Combination Football League Premier Division in style - but they have not been given the trophy as the league decides on claims they played a suspended player.

Cricket in Susses is open to all

Sussex cricket event will focus on ability - not disability

Sussex Cricket has announced the return of its annual Disability Cricket event.

Dominika Cibulkova

Champ Cibulkova joins Radwanska and Pliskova for Eastbourne International

Defending Aegon International Eastbourne champion Dominika Cibulkova, the 2008 champion and former Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska, and world No. 3 Karolina Pliskova are all set to join Great Britain’s Johanna Konta at Devonshire Park from 25th June - July 1st this year.

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RUMOUR MILL: Neymar tells pals Manchester United will make £170m summer bid | City believe they can tempt Tottenham into selling Walker | Liverpool ready to make last-ditch attempt to sign Isco | Bellerin is Barca’s top transfer target | Chelsea closing in on deal for Marchisio

Barcelona superstar Neymar has told pals that Manchester United are willing to splash out almost £170m to sign him this summer, according to reports. (The Sun)

Will Beer and fellow spinner Danny Briggs Briggs regained some sort of mid-innings control for their side in excellent 10-over spells. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Royal London One-Day Cup: Bad weather means no result after Middlesex set big target

Brilliant hitting from Ryan Higgins, who took 24 runs from a final over bowled by Ajmal Shahzad to end on 48 not out from only 23 balls, propelled Middlesex to a challenging 50-over total of 341 for 5 against Sussex at Lord’s.

CHAMPIONS: St Francis Rugby Club ladies team

RUGBY: St Francis Ladies end season as champions

St Francis Ladies RFC have finished the season champions of their league, seeing off Millwall 15-26 in difficult conditions to secure their promotion for next season.

Crawley Down Gatwick's Oli Leslie scored two goals against Hailsham.
Picture by Steve Robards.

Crawley Down Gatwick hit seven goals past tired Hailsham

This wasn’t quite as one-sided as the scoreline might suggest, as the Stringers more then held their own in the first half before Down capitalised on their opponents’ tired legs in the last 20 minutes.

David Beckham

RUMOUR MILL: Mourinho wants to sign Chelsea star Willian in £35m deal | Ibrahimovic turns down £13m offer from Manchester United | Beckham looks to finalise Miami's entry into MLS | Chelsea’s £47m bid for Napoli star rejected | Juventus boss Allegri ends Arsenal speculation

Is Willian on his way to Old Trafford?
Georgia Adams has been confirmed as Sussex Womens new captain for 2017
(Photo: Don Miles)

Sussex Women announce Georgia Adams as new captain

Sussex Women have announced that Georgia Adams will be the new captain across both formats for the 2017 season, and have now also confirmed their squad for the Royal London One-Day Cup and NatWest County T20.

Luke Wright

Middlesex test at Lord’s for Sussex Sharks in Royal London Cup

Sussex Sharks begin their Royal London One-Day Cup campaign tomorrow (Thursday) as they travel to Lord’s to take on Middlesex (11am start).

Three Bridges manager and chairman Paul Faili will carry on in both roles next season

Three Bridges boss Faili vows to win County League next season

Three Bridges manager and chairman Paul Faili wants to win the Southern Combination League at the first attempt next season after their relegation from the Ryman League was confirmed.
Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith celebrates scoring the goal which kept Reds in the football league.
Picture by Phil Westlake of PW Sporting Photography.

Crawley Town skipper Smith: It's all about timing your runs

Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith has fully bought into Reds’ playing style and enjoys going on the sort of run into the box which led to Reds’ vital third goal against Carlisle.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

RUMOUR MILL: Mourinho tells De Gea he can leave Old Trafford | Lyon want Martial on loan | Oxlade-Chamberlain set to be offered a £100,000-a-week deal | Stoke to swoop for Malaga striker | Liverpool to smash transfer record to lure Van Dijk | James wants Manchester United switch

De Gea could be leaving Old Trafford.
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.

Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert

FAN'S VIEW: Steve Herbert says Crawley fans can rest assured after status retained

Football league status has been secured for another season. It was achieved in typical Crawley Town fashion.

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.

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.

Crawley Town fan Geoff Thornton
Picture by Steve Robards.

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Smith's late goal brings surprise relief for Crawley Town fans

I don’t imagine anybody saw this one coming.

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