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18/04/17 - Heath have hand on trophy with derby day win
The second meeting in 25 years between Hassocks and Haywards Heath Town ended in a 2-0 victory for the visitors to the Beacon. Jamie Weston got both of the goals for Heath against his former side as, although the Robins dominated the second half, we failed to really test another former player in the shape of Simon Lehkyj in the Heath goal. This Saturday we have our penultimate game of the season away at Broadbridge Heath. On Sunday, the youth team take on Mile Oak in the Fred Pretty Cup Final. Kick off is 2pm at Leylands Park, Burgess Hill.

16/04/17 - Gault magic gives Robins rare road win
A magical goal with five minutes remaining in a game otherwise devoid of quality gave Hassocks a 2-1 win at Eastbourne United Association. Liam Benson scored the opener for the Robins only for Dan Stevens to equalise from the penalty spot. Gault then produced a breathtaking first time volley from Jack Rowe-Hurst's lofted pass to secure a first away win since November. On Thursday night, the youth teams season came to a close with a 2-1 loss against Burgess Hill Town. This Monday we welcome Haywards Heath Town with an 11am kick off at the Beacon.

12/04/17 - Under 21s end campaign with defeat
The curtain came down on Hassocks Under 21s season last night with a 4-3 defeat against Rottingdean Village. All three of the Robins goals came in the last 10 minutes with Charlie Pitcher, Kieran Rowe and Steve Bright scoring. Bradley Tighe was also sent off for Nigel Pearce's side. In a busy week for the club, the youth team take on Burgess Hill Town on Thursday night. On Saturday the firsts are away at Eastbourne United Association with a 3pm start and on Easter Monday we host the Mid Sussex Derby when Haywards Heath Town visit at 11am.

10/04/17 - Young guns of Hassocks make it six in a row
For the first time since the opening months of the 2012/13 season, Hassocks have won six consecutive home games after Saturday's 4-1 victory over Worthing United. James Westlake, Phil Gault and a brace from substitute Liam Benson did the damage for the Robins with Will Robinson netting the Mavericks reply. On Sunday the youth teams title hopes took a blow as they went down 2-0 to Burgess Hill Town in their penultimate game of the season. Tomorrow night the under 21s are in action for the final time of the campaign as Rottingdean Village visit the Beacon at 7.45pm.

05/04/17 - Broadbent named Carnabys April Player of the Month
James Broadbent has been named as the Carnabys Player of the Month for April. The goalkeeper has been a constant presence in the top three so far this season and finally takes his first award after another excellent month of performances, which included his fourth penalty save of the season in the win over Eastbourne Town. Broadbent won with 37% of the vote. Second spot went to Jordan Badger who claimed 26% just ahead of Harry Mills in third with 21%. The top four was rounded off by Jack Rowe-Hurst with 16%.

03/04/17 - Robins hit five in fifth consecutive home win
Hassocks won their fifth consecutive home game after a 5-3 win over 10 man Lancing on Saturday. Charlie Pitcher, Phil Gault, Lewis Westlake, Luke Akehurst and Michael Death were all on target for the Robins. On Sunday the veterans booked their spot in the Fred Pretty Cup Final thanks to a 3-2 win at AFC 2015. Steve Spies scored twice with Phil Marples the other scorer. Next Saturday we host Worthing United at 3pm at the Beacon. On Sunday, the youth team visit Burgess Hill Town with kick off 11am at Leylands Park.

26/03/17 - Mills goal earns 10 man Hassocks point
Harry Mills grabbed his second goal for Hassocks in a 1-1 draw away at Arundel on Saturday. Mills opened the scoring on the half hour mark only for Harry Russell to equalise for the hosts seven minutes later. The Robins had to see out the final 35 minutes with 10 men following Tom Barnes' dismissal for two bookable offences within five minutes of each other. This Saturday we welcome Lancing to the Beacon with a 3pm kick off and on Sunday the veterans face AFC 2015 away from home in the Fred Pretty Cup semi finals.

24/03/17 - John and Pitcher at the double as United hit for six
Hassocks Under 21s played their last home game of the season last night and signed off in style with a 6-1 win over Eastbourne United Association which confirms their third place finish in the East Division. Ryan John and new signing from Loxwood Charlie Pitcher both hit braces with the other two goals coming from Radu Avram and Kieran Lowe. This Saturday the first team are in league action making the trip in a relegation six pointer to Arundel. Kick off is 3pm at Mill Road. On Sunday the youth team visit Crawley Down Gatwick with an 11am start.

20/03/17 - Robins downed by Lions second half roar
It was the typical game of two halves at Nyetimber Lane on Saturday as Hassocks dominated the first 45 but were unable to score. That was punished in the second half as goals from Johan Vandriel and Josh Irish gave Pagham a 2-0 victory making it five successes in a row for the Lions over the Robins. On Sunday the youth team secured an excellent 1-0 win in difficult conditions at Haywards Heath Town thanks to a Dan Turner header. This Thursday the under 21s play their final home game of the campaign with Eastbourne United Association visiting. Kick off is 7.45pm.

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