Party-poopers Lancing stall Oakwood’s victory march

Action from Lancing v Oakwood, Jan 29 2017 (Photo: Sent Her Forward)

Lancing are the only team to take points off league leaders Oakwood

Lancing 1 (Cobb 21)
Oakwood 0

Talented-but-unpredictable Lancing turned party pooper, raining on Oakwood’s victory parade and delaying their title celebrations as they inflicted a first league defeat on the Crawley side. Continue reading

Trophy hunters Worthing edge cup cracker

Action from Cowfold v Worthing, Jan 22 2017 (Photo: Sent Her Forward)

The tie was switched to Worthing’s 3G ;pitch because Cowfold’s was frozen

Cowfold 2 (Weller pen 35; Worsfold OG 68)
Worthing 3 (Langridge 11; Worsfold 40; Robinson pen 43)

Two of the best grassroots teams in the South East put on a cup classic of which the county FA can be extremely proud in their Sussex Challenge Trophy semi-final. Continue reading

First-half BHASVIC blitz dashes Onslow cup hopes but not their spirit

BHASVI players celebrate the opening goal against Onslow at the Withdean Stadium, Jan 11 2017 (Photo: Simon Roe)

BHASVIC are through to the quarter-finals of the colleges national cup (Photo: Simon Roe)

BHASVIC 3 (Butcher 6; Evans 21; Ward-Penny 40)
Onslow 2 (Sende pen 39; Fisher 59)

Brighton’s BHASVIC powered into the last eight of the Association of Colleges National Cup with a hard-fought victory over a young, but talented, Onslow St Audrey’s Academy at the Withdean Stadium. Continue reading

Lewes win tactical battle as Cardiff’s winning run comes to an end in the FA Cup

Rebecca Carter in action for Lewes v Cardiff City, Jan 8 2017 (Photo: James Boyes)

Lewes top scorer Rebecca Carter put her side on the way to an impressive FA Cup win over Cardiff City (Photo: James Boyes)

Lewes 2 (R Carter 17; Rutherford 35)
Cardiff City 0

Lewes proved to be Cardiff City’s bogey team once again as the Premier League club ended the high-flying Welsh side’s 13-match winning run and dumped them out of the FA Cup.

John Donoghue’s team denied Cardiff victory for the second time this season, having drawn with them at the start of the campaign, and once again, this was no fluke as they progressed to the third round. Continue reading