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18/10/16 - Under 21s bow out of Mid Sussex Senior Cup
Hassocks Under 21s exited the Mid Sussex Senior Cup at the first round stage last night after a 2-1 home defeat to Mid Sussex Premier Division leaders Lindfield. Jake Booth scored the Robins consolation goal with a last minute penalty. The under 21s are in League Cup action on Thursday night, taking on West Division opponents Shoreham at Middle Road. On Saturday, the first team have a hastily arranged Sussex Senior Cup second round tie at home to Worthing United which will kick off at 3pm.

17/10/16 - Improved Robins draw with Dockers
Just three weeks after a 5-0 hammering at the hands of Newhaven, Hassocks put in a much improved performance to draw 2-2 with the Dockers on Saturday. Nathan Miles and Michael Death netted the Robins goals with a brace from the Premier Divisions top scorer Lee Robinson ensuring the spoils were shared. Both the youth and veterans games on Sunday were postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at the Beacon. The under 21s are in action tonight at home to Lindfield in the Mid Sussex Senior Cup. Kick off is 7.30pm.

14/10/16 - Benson to the four as under 21s win at United
Liam Benson scored four times on Wednesday night as Hassocks Under 21s ran out convincing 5-1 winners away at Eastbourne United Association. Sub Michael McCormick grabbed the Robins fifth. Last night the youth team beat Mile Oak 5-1. George Galbraith-Gibbons scored twice along with Jack Lee, Daniel Turner and an own goal. This Saturday we host Newhaven at the Beacon and there is a double header on Sunday with the youth welcoming Crawley Down Gatwick at 11am and the veterans taking on Horley Town at 2pm.

12/10/16 - Death double defeats Billingshurst
Hassocks booked their place in the third round of the Sussex RUR Charity Cup last night with a 3-0 victory over Billingshurst. Michael Death scored twice as well as missing two penalties with Nathan Miles the other player on target for the Robins. There were also two disallowed goals - one for either side - and three cards with Josh Hawkes seeing red for Hassocks. We will now visit Midhurst & Easebourne in the next round. The under 21s are in action tonight away at Eastbourne United Association while tomorrow the youth team welcome Mile Oak to the Beacon.

09/10/16 - Same old story for wasteful Robins
The Robins mini revival came to an end on Saturday as a plethora of missed chances saw Hassocks go down to a 2-0 defeat away at Littlehampton Town. The under 21s had a better day, winning 1-0 away at Arundel in the Sussex Intermediate Cup thanks to Jake Booth's late winner. On Sunday, Joe Kennett and Jack Lee were on target as the youth team became the first side to take a point off Roffey this season in a 2-2 draw. This Tuesday we welcome Billingshurst to the Beacon in the Sussex RUR Charity Cup with a 7.45pm kick off.

07/10/16 - Under 21s sink Pirates
Hassocks Under 21s made it a fourth win in a row last night with a 3-0 success away at Bexhill United. Liam Benson grabbed his seventh of the season along with first goals for Steve Bright and Lewis Westlake (pictured). This Saturday the first team are on the road to Littlehampton in league action while the under 21s start their Sussex Intermediate Cup campaign away at Arundel Reserves. Both of those games kick off at 3pm. On Sunday, the youth team make the journey to early league leaders Roffey with an 11am start.

05/10/16 - Death heads Hassocks into round two
Michael Death scored the only goal of the game as Hassocks progressed to round two of the Sussex Senior Cup at the expense of Division One side East Preston last night. Hassocks could and probably should have had more to show for their efforts against an impressive young EP side but at the end of the day Death's header from an excellent Nathan Miles centre was enough to send them through. The under 21s are in league action this Thursday night when they make the long journey down to Bexhill United. Kick off is 7.45pm at the Polegrove.

02/10/16 - Westlake named Carnabys Player of the Month
James Westlake has been voted as Hassocks' Carnabys Player of the Month for September. The midfielder has been in exceptional form despite the Robins losing all seven games in the month, picking up a plethora of man-of-the-match awards. That culminated in him winning the award with a huge 66% of the vote. Goalkeeper James Broadbent came second as he continued his excellent start since signing for the club at the end of August, holding off the challenge of Josh Hawkes in third and Luke Akehurst in fourth.

01/10/16 - Bacon hits hat-trick as Hassocks end losing streak
A hat-trick from Ben Bacon helped Hassocks end their seven game losing streak before it could reach what would have been a club record eight defeats in a row as Worthing United were hammered 5-0 on Saturday. Bacon completed his first senior treble inside of an hour with James Westlake and a first Robins goal from Harry Mills rounding off the scoring. Jack Lee scored four on Sunday for the youth team in a 6-1 League Cup win over Crawley Down Gatwick. Tomorrow night we are in Sussex Senior Cup action at home to East Preston with a 7.45pm kick off.

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