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03/05/16 - Lancing lift Peter Bentley League Cup
A crowd of over 500 were present at the Beacon yesterday to watch the Peter Bentley League Cup final between Lancing and Newhaven which was won 2-1 by the Lancers. They were 2-0 ahead within 15 minutes through Liam Hendy and Lewis Finney with Joe Dryer seeing red for Newhaven, who pulled one back in the 90th minute through Callum Connor but that proved to be too little, too late as the trophy went back to Culver Road. Congratulations to Newhaven and thanks to everyone who attended the last excellent morning of football at the ground this season.

02/05/16 - Hawkes, Tighe and Westlake win awards
There were three different winners of the three main prizes at our End of Season Awards yesterday. Bradley Tighe took the first team Player's Player of the Year, Josh Hawkes won Managers Player (pictured) and Supporters Player went to James Westlake. Jack Wilkins was named Young Player of the Season while there was a clean sweep of under 21 awards for James Oliver. The youth teams Player's Player went to Joe Lilley with the Managers award going to Joe Russell while Clubman of the Year was Ian Pitcher for his tireless work in the T-Bar.

27/04/16 - End of Season Awards this Sunday
This coming Sunday 1st May we host our End of Season Awards at the Beacon. The event gets underway at 2pm with the bar open and there will also be the traditional BBQ before the awards for first team, under 21 and youth are handed out. We will also be presenting Clubman of the Year and all players, supporters, family and friends are invited to join us for what promises to be another fun afternoon. One award that has already been presented is Supporters Player of the Season which was won by James Westlake (pictured). Congratulations to James.

25/04/16 - Veterans spot on to lift Fred Pretty Cup
Hassocks' final game of the season ended in a 4-1 defeat at home to Wick & Barnham United with Jonno Melia netting a first half goal for the Robins. On Sunday the veterans lifted the Fred Pretty Cup after defeating Mile Oak 5-4 on penalties. Hassocks had a 100% record from the spot with James Laing, Phil Wickwar, Nick Newman, Mark Dalgleish and Steve Spies all converting to bring the trophy back to the Beacon for the first time since 2013. The youth team also played their last game of the season on Sunday, drawing 1-1 away at Broadbridge Heath.

18/04/16 - Woeful Robins well beaten at United
Hassocks were well beaten in their final away game of the season as they crashed to a 3-0 defeat at Worthing United. A brace from Aaron Tugnott and a Craig Nagle strike secured the victory for the Mavericks with Ashley Marsh one of the few Robins to emerge with any credit. This Saturday we host Wick & Barnham United and as a thank you for your support this season it is pay what you want to enter the ground. On Sunday the veterans take on Mile Oak in the Fred Pretty Cup Final with a 2pm kick off at Burgess Hill Town while the youth team travel to Broadbridge Heath.

13/04/16 - Death and Gault goals see off resilient Rangers
Goals in the last 20 minutes from Michael Death and Phil Gault eventually saw off St Francis Rangers in the Mid Sussex Derby at the Beacon last night. A spirited and resilient display from a young Rangers side looked like it might be enough to secure a point until Death was superbly teed up by a rampaging run forward from left back by James Oliver and then substitute Gault marked his return from a month out injured with a second 10 minutes later. This Saturday we travel to Worthing United in our penultimate league game of the season with a 3pm kick off.

11/04/16 - Robins unlucky in defeat to Magpies
An entertaining encounter in front of a bumper crowd of 196 was decided by a Charlie Pitcher goal as Loxwood left the Beacon with a 1-0 victory on Friday night. Hassocks had plenty of chances to net one for themselves mainly through the impressive Liam Benson (pictured) but were unable to find a way through in an entertaining encounter. On Sunday, the youth team went down 2-1 away at Rottingdean Village with Jack Lee on target. Tomorrow night we have a Mid Sussex Derby to look forward to as St Francis Rangers visit with a 7.45pm kick off.

07/04/16 - Westlake named March Player of the Month
James Westlake has been voted as Hassocks Player of the Month for March. The midfielder played every game as the Robins recorded one win, three draws and two defeats conceding just once in the league along the way. Westlake took 37% of the vote ahead of Tom Barnes who returned to the side with a string of excellent performances in both central midfield and defence. Goalkeeper Alex Harris was third for his part in that string of clean sheets with fourth spot going to another member of the back five, Ashley Marsh.

06/04/16 - Hassocks beaten by impressive Chi
Hassocks were well beaten last night by an impressive Chichester City side who ran out 3-1 winners at the Beacon. Jimmy Wild gave the visitors the lead before a brace from Dan Heggarty ensured it was game over a minute after the break. Jamie Hillwood netted a late consolation for the Robins. On Friday night we welcome Loxwood to the Beacon with a 7.45pm kick off while the youth team are in action on Sunday when they make the journey to Rottingdean Village for their penultimate game of the campaign.

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