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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.

16/03/17 - Russell and John earn point at Seaford
Goals from Joe Russell and Ryan John earned Hassocks Under 21s a point in a 2-2 draw away at Seaford Town last night. The result leaves Nigel Pearce's side with an excellent chance of claiming third spot with two games of the season left to go. This Saturday the first team are in league action when we make the long trip down to Nyetimber Lane to take on fourth placed Pagham. Kick off is 3pm. On Sunday, the youth team have another local derby to look forward to away at Haywards Heath Town. Kick off at Hanbury Park is at 11am.

13/03/17 - Defence dazzles as Hassocks beat YMCA
Liam Benson scored the only goal of the game as Hassocks put in an excellent defensive performance to defeat Horsham YMCA 1-0 on Saturday. That started a good weekend for the club as on Sunday the youth team won 7-2 at St Francis Rangers thanks to a Jamie Bareham brace, George Galbraith-Gibbons, Matt Denyer, Dan Turner & Jonny Rush. Also on Sunday, the veterans won 4-1 at Haywards Heath Town to advance to the Fred Pretty Cup semi finals. This Wednesday the under 21s travel to Seaford Town with a 7.30pm kick off.

10/03/17 - Under 21s defeated at Common
Hassocks Under 21s remain without a win in 2017 after a 3-2 defeat away at Little Common last night. Ellis Common and Steve Bright were the scorers for the Robins. This Saturday we welcome Horsham YMCA to the Beacon with a 3pm kick off and any Brighton Season Ticket holders can join us for half price entry. There are two big games on Sunday with the youth team taking on local rivals St Francis Rangers with an 11am start at Colwell Road. That is followed at 2pm with the veterans facing Haywards Heath Town at Hanbury Park in the Fred Pretty Cup quarter finals.

06/03/17 - Gault double claims another Beacon scalp
Phil Gault scored twice as Hassocks claimed another top six scalp at the Beacon after a 2-1 victory over Eastbourne Town on Saturday. Gault entered from the substitutes bench to win the game for the Robins while there was also a fourth penalty save of the season from James Broadbent. Evan Archibald scored the visitors consolation. The youth and veterans Sunday games against Crawley Down Gatwick and Haywards Heath Town respectively were lost to the weather. This Thursday the under 21s are in action away at Little Common. Kick off is 7.30pm.

03/03/17 - Death named Carnabys Player of the Month
Michael Death picked up the Carnabys Player of the Month award for January and February by the slimmest of margins from second placed James Broadbent. Death scored five times in six games across the two months to just pip goalkeeper Broadbent who added another penalty save to his ever growing collection in the last game of the month away at Loxwood. Jordan Badger secured third after a string of impressive performances at the heart of the defence with fourth place going to young Harry Mills.

27/02/17 - Hassocks back to Earth with Loxwood loss
It was a case of back to Earth with a bump for Hassocks as they were unable to follow up their shock midweek win over league leaders Shoreham, going down to a 2-0 defeat away at Loxwood on Saturday. James Broadbent saved a penalty for the Robins. The youth team drew 1-1 with AFC Varndeanians on Sunday with Jack Lee netting. This Saturday we welcome Eastbourne Town to the Beacon with a 3pm kick off. On Sunday, the youth team make the journey to Crawley Down Gatwick with the veterans also on the road to Haywards Heath Town.

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