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22/02/17 - Robins run riot to shock leaders Shoreham
Hassocks pulled off one of the shocks of the Southern Combination League season last night as they ran out 4-1 winners over league leaders Shoreham at the Beacon. Rob O'Toole had given Shoreham the lead only for Liam Benson to strike twice along with Jack Rowe-Hurst and Michael Death to give the Robins a famous win. This Saturday we are back on the road and making the journey to Loxwood in league action. Kick off is 3pm at Plaistow Road. On Sunday, the youth team travel to AFC Varndeanians with an 11am kick off at Withdean Stadium.

21/02/17 - Under 21s well beaten by leaders Town
League leaders Eastbourne Town proved to be too good for Hassocks Under 21s last night as they ran out convincing 5-1 winners at the Saffrons. Ellis Common scored the Robins late consolation goal in their fourth league defeat of the season. Tonight we welcome Premier Division leaders Shoreham to the Beacon. Kick off is at 7.45pm and anyone with a Brighton and Hove Albion season ticket can watch the game for half price entry. Normal prices are 5 adults, 2.50 concessions with under 16s going free.

20/02/17 - Death double as Hassocks haunt Hailsham
Hassocks picked up a vital three points in the battle to avoid relegation with a 4-0 win over Hailsham Town on Saturday. Michael Death scored twice for the Robins with the other goals coming from James Westlake and a first for the club for Jack Rowe-Hurst. On Sunday, the youth team lost in the league for the first time this season with a 3-1 home defeat to Roffey. Jack Lee was the Hassocks scorer. Tonight the under 21s are in action away at league leaders Eastbourne Town with a 7.45pm kick off at the Saffrons.

13/02/17 - Frantic first half sends Robins to defeat
There were six first half goals as Hassocks fell to a 4-2 defeat away at Chichester City on Saturday. Scott Jones scored twice for the hosts with Kieran Hartley and Dan Watts also on target. Michael Death had give the Robins the lead with James Westlake equalising with a header to make it 2-2. The youth teams game at St Francis Rangers was postponed. This Saturday we welcome Hailsham Town to the Beacon with a 3pm kick off while on Sunday the youth team are also at home when they host Roffey at 11am.

10/02/17 - Booth brace snatches late point for Under 21s
Two injury time goals from Jake Booth earned Hassocks Under 21 a point as they rallied from 3-1 down in the 90th minute to draw 3-3 at home to Bexhill United last night. Bradley Tighe was the other player on target for Nigel Pearce's side in an entertaining encounter at the Beacon. This Saturday we return to league action after yet another fortnight without a fixture with the tip to third place Chichester City. Kick off is 3pm at Oaklands Park. On Sunday the youth team make the short journey to take on local rivals St Francis Rangers with an 11am start at Colwell Road.

06/02/17 - Youth team hammer nine past Crawley Down
Hassocks Youth maintained their grip on top spot of the Central Division of the Southern Combination Youth League with a 9-0 victory over Crawley Down Gatwick yesterday. George Galbraith-Gibbons (pictured) and Jack Lee both scored hat-tricks with Dan Turner, Oliver Parton and Jamie Bareham also on target. The veterans Sussex County Veterans Cup run came to an end as they lost an entertaining tie with Lingfield 7-5 in extra time. The under 21s play will look to complete their first game of 2017 on Thursday as Bexhill United visit the Beacon. Kick off is 7.45pm.

30/01/17 - Robins in trouble as Golds run riot
Hassocks' relegation troubles deepened on Saturday as Littlehampton Town ran out 3-0 winners at the Beacon. Ben Gray scored twice for the visitors with Lee Garnham also on target. On Sunday, the veterans were 7-2 victors at South Park. Steve Sies grabbed a hat-trick, Paul Trower a brace and there were further goals from Paul Armstrong and Adam Waller. There is no first team game again this weekend while on Sunday the youth team host Crawley Down at 11am followed by the veterans welcoming Lingfield at 2pm.

23/01/17 - Weekend wipe out as big freeze hits Mid Sussex
All of Hassocks' scheduled games this weekend were lost to the freezing conditions as the Beacon pitch remained frozen across Saturday and Sunday. The first team had been due to host league leaders Shoreham but that was called off due to icy patches in front of the stand with the youth teams game with Burgess Hill Town the following day going the same way. This Saturday we welcome Littlehampton Town to the Beacon with a 3pm start while on Sunday the youth team visit Crawley Down Gatwick and the veterans are at away at South Park.

19/01/17 - Under 21 game abandoned after floodlight failure
Hassocks Under 21s lost a game to floodlight failure for the second time this season after their visit to Seaford Town was postponed at half time. The Robins had been leading 1-0 at the break through Liam Benson was the game was abandoned due to problems with the lighting at the Crouch. This Saturday we host league leaders Shoreham at the Beacon. Kick off is at 3pm and any Brighton season ticket holders can join us for half price entry. On Sunday the youth team have a home local derby with Burgess Hill Town kicking off at 11am.

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.

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