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10/02/16 - Michael at the Death as Robins make it super seven
Michael Death's 91st minute header gave Hassocks a 2-1 victory over Newhaven to secure a seventh straight win for only the second time in the clubs history in senior football. Phil Gault had given the Robins a half time lead with Newhaven finally equalising through Kyle Woolven in a second half that ebbed and flowed before Death's late winner sealed the three points. This Thursday night the under 21s return to action when they make the trip to face Crawley Down Gatwick. Kick off is 7.30pm at The Haven.

08/02/16 - Defeats all round in disappointing weekend
There were two defeats out of two this weekend for Hassocks in a disappointing weekend of results. The under 21s went down 2-1 away at East Grinstead Town on Friday night with Oscar Wolfstrome (pictured) netting the consolaton goal. On Sunday the youth team were well beaten 4-1 by league leaders Shoreham. Joe Kennett was on target for the young Robins. Tomorrow night the first team are back in league action when they host high flying Newhaven at the Beacon. Kick off is 7.45pm.

03/02/16 - Robins down Down to move into last eight
Hassocks won for the sixth consecutive game as they booked a Peter Bentley League Cup quarter final meeting away at Lancing after defeating Crawley Down Gatwick 3-2 last night. Jonno Melia gave the Robins the lead with Down then going 2-1 ahead. A straight red card saw them reduced to ten men after which Josh Hawkes and Mark Price with an 88th minute winner secured the win. Only the under 21 and youth teams are in action this weekend; the former visiting East Grinstead Town on Friday night and the latter home to Shoreham on Sunday morning.

01/02/16 - Westlake named January Player of the Month
James Westlake has been named as Hassocks' January Player of the Month after winning 62% of the vote. The midfielder played a key role as the Robins maintained a 100% record throughout the first month of 2016 with three wins out three. Spencer Slaughter finished in second place, an excellent way to mark his final appearance for the club before heading off to travel the world and we'd like to wish Spencer all the best for his future. Rowan Wallis took third spot as part of a defence that let in just one goal all month and Michael Death was fourth for his three goals.

31/01/16 - Weekend washout for Robins
All three of this weekends scheduled games for Hassocks were washed out by the weekends rain. The Saffrons was completely flooded (pictured) which mean the first teams visit to Eastbourne Town was postponed yesterday while the youth and veterans teams were both due to be in action on today but their games away at Haywards Heath Town and Ajax LA respectively were also called off. We are next in action this Tuesday night with a trip to Crawley Down Gatwick in the third round of the Peter Bentley League Cup. Kick off is 7.30pm at the Haven.

26/01/16 - Under 21s unable to topple league leaders
The under 21s were unable to pull off a shock against West Division leaders Loxwood last night as they went down to a 3-1 defeat in an entertaining game at Plaistow Road. Substitute Liam Benson netted the consolation goal for Hassocks. This Saturday we face one of the toughest trips of the season to title challenging Eastbourne Town with a 3pm kick off at the Saffrons. On Sunday the veterans are away at Ajax LA in the second round of the County Cup with the youth team travelling to Haywards Heath Town. That game kicks off at 11am at Hanbury Park.

25/01/16 - Relentless Robins make it five in a row
For the first time since the 2001-02 season, Hassocks have won five games in a row after a 3-1 victory over AFC Uckfield Town at the Beacon on Saturday. All the Robins goals came in the second half with Michael Death opening the scoring, a Phil Gault penalty doubling the advantage and substitute Jonno Melia rounding things off late on. A last minute goal from the visitors Drew Greenall denied Hassocks a fourth clean sheet in succession. Tonight the under 21s are in action as they make the trip to Loxwood. Kick off is 7.30pm at Plaistow Road.

21/01/16 - Under 21s take point in first game since November
Hassocks Under 21s first competitive game since November ended in a 2-2 draw away at St Francis Rangers tonight. They had to come from behind twice with a first senior goal from James Oliver (pictured) and a first of the season from Jordan Millis midway through either half securing the point at a very cold Colwell Road. This Saturday we welcome AFC Uckfield Town to Beacon with a 3pm kick off while on Sunday the youth team have their first match of 2016 when they make the short trip to Mile Oak. Kick off is 11am.

20/01/16 - United game postponed again as Beacon freezes
For the third time this season, Hassocks' game with Worthing United at the Beacon was postponed. This time a frozen pitch was to blame with the area in front of the Maurice Boxall Stand already unplayable at 4.30pm and with the temperatures set to drop it was an obvious decision to cancel the match. The previous two attempts had fallen foul of a waterlogged pitch and floodlight failure. This Thursday the under 21s will hope to have their first competitive run out since November away at St Francis Rangers. Kick off is 7.30pm at Colwell Road.

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