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Jana Novotna, Eastbourne favourite and Wimbledon champion, dies aged 49

Eastbourne and Wimbledon tennis champion Jana Novotna has died from cancer, aged 49.

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Quins professionals Joe Marchant and Dave Ward surrounded by the Heath senior squad after a productive session last Thursday

Heath focus on league leaders by training with Quins professionals

Heath 1st XV welcomed Quins professionals Dave Ward and Joe Marchant to Whitemans Green last Thursday evening for a training session under the lights, writes Tracey Spuyman.
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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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Heath worked hard in testing conditions to dominate possession

Another home win for Heath despite the conditions

Conditions for this ninth round of London South East 2 fixtures were not pleasant as Heath welcomed Beckenham RFC to Whitemans Green, writes Phil Herbert.
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Action from Albion's clash at Swansea last Saturday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography).

Ian Hart: Swans trip shows to be careful what you wish for

Saturday saw an extremely enjoyable away day, with the visit to Wales, an impressive win, another three points towards the ‘survival’ target and the Albion finishing the weekend eighth.

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Heath U13Bs enjoyed their first league outing of the season winning 40-25 away at Hastings & Bexhill - Nov 2017

Heath U13s win first league matches of the season

Heath Junior Rugby, sponsored by Besana, has strength and depth in the U13 age group allowing the Club to enter two teams in the Sussex Waterfall leagues this season, ensuring match experience for the majority of a large and enthusiastic squad, by Brian Nimmo and Rob Bravo.

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Heath's defence was tested by Barking who never gave up despite the scoreline

Heath impress at Barking notching up 82 points

The eighth round of London South East 2 league took Heath to the East End to visit Barking RFC with rugby legend Jason Leonard present, supporting his home club, writes Dave Grimley.

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Haywards Heath u12s. Picture by Roberto Payne

Haywards Heath youngsters play part in creating history

Youngsters from Haywards Heath RFC played a part in creating history as they participated in this weekend’s Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup, hosted by Harlequins, writes Richard Dore, Sportsbeat.

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Action from Saturdays match.

All Blacks edge home against Seaford

Last Saturday the Sussex All Blacks travelled to Seaford in the league.

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James Chisholm talked about his injury layoff and his desire to get back on the pitch with Quins at the recent fund-raising Heath City Lunch

Former Heath juniors continue to make their mark

Heath Minis, Juniors and Colts have had as big an impact on the professional game as any Sussex rugby club with rarely a week passing without news of a former young player, by Alan Jenkins. Three of them have been in the rugby news this week, writes Alan Jenkins.

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Heath number 10 Brett Menefy kept the ball moving for Heath on Saturday

Heath turn on the style to beat Old Alleynians

With the warm glow of the wins against league leaders Hove and away at Dover seeming like a distant memory following back to back defeats in the cup and the league, it was crucial that Heath put in a performance at home against fellow mid-table side Old Alleynians, writes Phil Herbert.

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Burgess Hill overcome stormy conditions for massive win

Last Saturday the Sussex All Blacks hosted Barns Green in the sixth league game of the season.

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Worthing's Lewis Crathern in his home town during Storm Brian. Pictures: EUNICE BERGIN

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex kitesurfer 30cm off record during Storm Brian

Spectators were treated to a show by some of the world’s best kiteboarders as Storm Brian struck.

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Heath dominated possession but were unable to convert this into points against London Exiles

Disappointing cup defeat for Heath

The first round of the RFU Intermediate Cup had drawn Heath against the London Exiles, a team who plays in London South West Division Two, and had travelled down to Sussex from Barnes for the game, writes Phil Herbert.

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Picture by Steve Blanthorn

Dominant All Blacks beat Uckfield

Last Saturday the Sussex All Blacks hosted Uckfield in the league.

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Golf is the world's most boring game, according to a recent survey

Golf crowned the world's most boring game, but where do cricket, football and bridge rank?

Golf has beaten off competition from cricket, snooker and bridge to be crowned the world's most boring game.

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Alastair Chisholm flanked by younger brother James (left) and older brother Ross (right) shared their memories of playing at Heath

Heath’s special guests help raise focus on fundraising

The commercial team at Heath Rugby Club teamed up with former Heath junior Alastair Chisholm who, while playing for Richmond in The Championship, now also works for sports marketing agency SNAP sponsorship, to hold the first fund raising Heath City Lunch in London last Friday, writes Tracey Spuyman.

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Heath competed strongly against Dover and won a tight match 17-14

Heath sneaks valuable away win

Small margins away again. Heath’s second long distance trip in as many weeks brought a first win on the road, against a competitive Dover, but only just, writes Peter Dickson.

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Heath Under 12s proudly show off their Club ties

Heath’s strength at junior level shines through

Recent RFU changes to the youth rugby structure means Under 12s as well as Under 13s are now considered juniors whereas previously Under 12s were still in the mini section of the Club.

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Hurst u16s

Hurst hockey girls win Sussex Cup

Hurst College’s u16 hockey team battled through their pool, semi-final and final, without losing a match or conceding a goal, to win the Sussex Cup.

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