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16/01/17 - Youth crash out of League Cup with Steyning defeat
The youth teams League Cup adventure came to an end at the second round stage with a 4-1 defeat away at Steyning Town on Sunday. The Robins got on the scoresheet via an own goal. The veterans scheduled game at home to Kingston Broadway was unfortunately postponed due to the weekend weather. This Wednesday, the under 21s have their first game of 2017 as they make the trip down to Seaford Town in the Southern Combination Under 21 East Division. Kick off is scheduled for 7.30pm at the Crouch.

09/01/17 - Veterans go down to Horley Town
The veterans side lost for the first time this season as they went down to a 1-0 defeat at home against Horley Town yesterday morning. In a competitive game, Steve Spies' side couldn't quite do enough to ensure their unbeaten start to the campaign continued. They have an instant chance to put things right however with their next game scheduled to be at home to Kingston Broadway this coming Sunday with a 2pm kick off. The youth teams game away at St Francis Rangers was postponed. They next play this coming Sunday away at Steyning Town.

03/01/17 - New Year starts in style as Robins end barren run
Hassocks secured only their third league win since the start of September with a 3-0 success over AFC Uckfield Town at the Beacon yesterday. Phil Gault, an own goal and Michael Death were on the scoresheet as the Robins moved four points clear of the relegation zone ahead of what is currently scheduled to be a 19 game gap until their next encounter. There is still plenty of football to get stuck into this Sunday however with the youth team facing St Francis Rangers away at 11am and the veterans hosting Horley Town at the Beacon at the same time.

01/01/17 - Westlake named Carnabys Player of the Month
It may have been a disappointing December for Hassocks with no wins and only two goals scored, but it wasn't on a personal level for James Westlake who won his second Carnabys Player of the Month award of the season. Westlake was the September recipient and he picked up his latest accolade with 40% of the vote. Second place went to goalkeeper James Broadbent without whom the month could have been even worse while in third was Bradley Bant who scored half of the sides goals for December. Fourth was captain Ashley Marsh.

27/12/16 - Derby day defeat as Robins are routed
A hat-trick from Trevor McCreadie settled the first Mid Sussex Derby between Haywards Heath Town and Hassocks in 24 years 4-1 in the hosts favour at Hanbury Park yesterday. Tom Graves opened the scoring before McCreadie added the first of his treble before half time. Bradley Bant pulled one back for Hassocks but McCreadie sealed the three points for the Blues with two more in the final five minutes. We are next in action again this coming Monday when AFC Uckfield Town visit the Beacon. Kick off is at 11am.

21/12/16 - Hassocks downed by Crows in Senior Cup
The Robins interest in cup competitions ended for another season as they were knocked out of the Sussex Senior Cup at the third round stage 1-0 by Crowborough Athletic. Ross Treleaven scored the only goal of the game for the visitors in the 84th minute to extend their unbeaten run to 26 matches and book a quarter final date with either Brighton and Hove Albion Under 23s or Pagham. We are next in action on Boxing Day with a first league meeting with Haywards Heath Town since 1992 on the agenda. Kick off is 11am at Hanbury Park.

19/12/16 - Wick win sends Robins into the mire
Hassocks sunk to a 1-0 defeat against fellow strugglers Wick on Saturday at an extremely foggy Beacon. Joe Grommett netted the only goal of the game just before the hour mark as the Wickers, currently in the last relegation spot in the division, pulled to within three points of the Robins. Hassocks did have chances to take something from the tie but for the third game running were unable to convert any of them. Tomorrow night we are in Sussex Senior Cup third round action at home to Crowborough Athletic. Kick off is at 7.45pm.

16/12/16 - Booth and Benson sink Stringers
The under 21s rounded off their 2016 with a 2-0 victory over Hailsham Town at the Beacon last night. Liam Benson scored his 15th goal in 15 games in the first half with Jake Booth adding a second in the final five minutes for a relatively comfortable victory to leave Nigel Pearce's side third in the table at the turn of the year. This Saturday we play our final home league game of 2016 with Wick the visitors. To get into the Christmas spirit, anybody who comes wearing a Christmas Jumper can watch the game for half price entry. Normal prices are 5 adults, 3 concessions.

14/12/16 - Wasteful Robins crash out of RUR Cup
Hassocks were eliminated from the quarter finals of the Sussex Principal RUR Charity Cup after a 3-0 defeat away at Crawley Down Gatwick last night. The Robins had five excellent opportunities in the first half which they couldn't take and were punished with three goals in the final 15 minutes from Marc Pelling, Mike Spence and Sam Cane as Down booked a semi final meeting with high flying Pagham. This Thursday night the under 21s play their last game of 2016 as they host Hailsham Town at the Beacon. Kick off is 7.45pm.

12/12/16 - 10 man Hassocks lose at Peacehaven
Ten man Hassocks went down to a 1-0 defeat away at Peacehaven & Telscombe on Saturday. Luke Akehurst saw red for two bookable offences leaving the Robins to play most of the second half shorthanded. Josh Marshall netted the only goal for the Magpies. On Sunday the youth team were held to a 1-1 draw at Broadbridge Heath with Danny Austin scoring and the veterans won 2-1 at Maresfield Village thanks to a Steve Spies brace. Tomorrow we are at Crawley Down Gatwick in the quarter finals of the RUR Charity Cup. Kick off is 7.30pm at the Haven.

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