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Heath Rams 41, Worthing Azurians 15: Rams reach Sussex Vase cup final

Heath Rams won a competitive semi-final at Whitemans Green on Saturday beating Worthing Azurians 41-15 to reach the final of the Sussex Vase.

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Tour of Sussex announces testing route for 2017 race

The ORRO Tour of Sussex stage race, currently in its fifth year, is delighted to announce the 2017 route map.

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Nick and Annette Mason�pictured at the Goodwood Revival 2016. Photo by Oliver Dixon SUS-160909-144658001

COUNTY NEWS VIDEO: Watch Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason crashing his £3m McLaren

This video shows the moment rock star Nick Mason crashed his £3m car while racing.

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Heath U12s scored some great tries in their unbeaten series of matches

Heath u12s hit top form

With just six weeks of the rugby season to go and having played some great mixed ability fixtures for the past couple of months, this weekend saw the Heath u12s rugby team pitched against straight ‘A’ team opposition from Tonbridge Juddians and Brighton.

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Physical encounter against a strong Lewes side

Lewes 22, Haywards Heath 43: Heath overcome Lewes to take potential promotion spot

It was a glorious day for Heath – the weather, a cracking Six Nations game the night before, a decisive win for England in the Calcutta Cup in which former Heath Colt - Joe Marler - led the team out for his 50th cap - and, most importantly, a big win for Heath over Lewes.
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Steve and Oliver out-race the mud at Steyning.

Mud, hills and fried breakfast for the Burgess Hill Runners

Mud, hills and fried breakfast were on the menu for hardy members of Burgess Hill Runners last weekend as many took on the Steyning Stinger half and full marathons.

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Middies players start the post-match celebrations

Middies triumph in relegation battle

As the season nears a close for Mid Sussex Hockey Club, the 2nd XI travelled to Lewes 2s for what could turn out to be a relegation decider.

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Action from Black Widows v Pulborough Ladies. Picture by Steve Blanthorn

Black Widows take to the field for the first time

This past Sunday saw the newly formed Burgess Hill Rugby Club women’s team, the Black Widows take to the field, for their first very game against Pulbrough Ladies.

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Skipper Nick Main in action against Park House. Picture by Tom Burns

Haywards Heath 31, Park House 10: Heath maintain the momentum

At the turn of the year the interim coaching duo of Peter Kerins and Huw Jenkins set a simple target for their squad of players - to win the remaining 10 league games in London South East 3 if they were have to have a chance of catching the three teams above them in the league.

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The Blue Army take on a different kind of park (courtesy: Helen Pratt)

Burgess Hill Runners take on Brighton and Thorpe Park

The Brighton Half Marathon and the Thorpe Park Half Marathon were the popular choices for Burgess Hill Runners last weekend and there were great performances all round including many club members completing their first events of this distance.

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Ian Hart: It has been the best and worst of times

Ian Hart: It has been the best and worst of times

Whilst it wasn’t quite on a par with Sydney Carton climbing the steps of the guillotine but there’s been a touch of “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” in the last two Albion games.

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WATCH: The moment a line judge is struck at a Sussex rugby match

A video has emerged showing the moment Chichester’s National League rugby match with Dorking at Oaklands Park ‘disintegrated with an unfortunate and extraordinary incident’.

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Jack Lucas scoring one of the five tries Heath scored on Saturday at Folkestone. Picture by Tom Burns

Folkestone 7, Heath 31: Blend of youth and experience takes Heath onwards and upwards

There was a warm welcome at Folkestone RFC on Saturday - both on and off the pitch - and Heath and their supporters enjoyed the challenge.

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The Blue Army celebrating their success (courtesy: Jay Wadey)

Plenty of personal bests for Burgess Hill Runners in Worthing

The Worthing Half Marathon is always a popular event for Burgess Hill Runners as it is a flat course, perfect for beating personal bests.

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Action from Albion's draw with Ipswich on Tuesday evening. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Ian Hart: People should write Albion off at their peril

It’s viewed by many as one of the defining moments of Muhammad Ali’s career.

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Heath dominated the first 15 minutes against league leaders Thanet. Picture by Tom Burns

Heath 23, Thanet Wanderers 17: Heath power on with win over league leaders

It was a cracking weekend of rugby at Whitmans Green where Heath 1st XV hosted league leaders Thanet Wanderers in London South East 3 having edged the Kent side at their own ground earlier in the season.
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Johanna Konta

Dramatic Fed Cup fightback from Konta and Watson

Johanna Konta and Heather Watson came from a set down in the final-match decider as Great Britain kept alive their Fed Cup promotion hopes with a dramatic play-off victory over Croatia.

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Albion goalkeeper David Stockdale. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Ian Hart: I’m still confident Albion will finish in the top two

It remains to be seen if David Stockdale’s second half penalty save at Brentford on Sunday will be the defining moment of the season.

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Love to Box round two

Another knockout show for sell-out crowd

Love to Box round two provided another knockout show for a sell-out Haywards Heath crowd and raised £1,500 for charity in the process on Saturday night.
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His wife Millie said she has lost her 'soul mate' and the 'love of her life'

COUNTY NEWS: Tributes to ‘one in a million guy’ after rare sudden death

Tributes have been paid to a ‘one in a million guy’ from Sussex who died on Sunday from a ‘short and aggressive’ disease – which affects just one in a million people a year.

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