Robins rout Rottingdean to close in on leaders

Bosham closed the gap at the top of SCFL division two to just three points with a stirring display to thump a poor Rottingdean side 5-0.

Midhurst in action against Seaford at the Rotherfield / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Stags stun Wick with late winner... Selsey look on bright side

Midhurst produced a thrilling comeback to win their first game in four. The Stags came from 2-0 down to beat Wick 3-2.

Dave Herbert couldn't find the Chi City breakthrough / Picture by Kate Shemilt

City and Eastbourne can’t be split by points or goals... Lions on a roll

It was another excellent week for Chichester City and Pagham in the SCFL premier division. City picked up four points out of six, Pagham six.

Football action at the University of Chichester / Picture by Lara Sargent

Chichester students reaching sharp end of sporting seasons

It was a dramatic week for University of Chichester sport teams.

Bognor boss Jack Pearce / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks boss: If we go down, we will want to come straight back up

Jack Pearce has admitted the Rocks are favourites to be relegated from National League South – but said the aim would be to come back up next season.

Kristian Campbell couldn't inspire the Rocks against Welling / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks lose again - now staying up looks near impossible

A second home defeat in four days has brought relegation ever closer for the Rocks - on a night when they were left 13 points off safety with only nine games to play.
The University of Chichester's men's volleyball team / Picture by John Geeson

Chichester students' futsal team clinch title

It was an important week for a number of University of Chichester sport teams with title credentials.

PIC SPECIAL and REPORT: Relegation looms larger after Rocks are beaten by East Thurrock

It was not just a freezing afternoon that left the crowd cold at Nyewood Lane as Bognor fell to a two-goal defeat in an instantly-forgettable fixture that leaves relegation looming larger than ever.
Rocks boss Jack Pearce

Rocks boss Pearce: 'We were very frustrated'

Bognor Regis Town manager Jack Pearce was left frustrated as his side travelled to Concord Rangers on Saturday, only the match to be postponed on arrival.
Kelly Smith coaching

England legend devises coaching for new academy

England and Arsenal football legend, Kelly Smith MBE, has devised the coaching and skills routines for the new Mitre Football Academy, which is available at Butlin’s Bognor Regis resort during 2018.


Pagham miss out on Amex trip after semi-final defeat to Albion u23s

Pagham missed out on trip to Amex after losing 6-0 to Brighton and Hove Albion u23s in the semi-finals of the Parafix Sussex Senior Cup.

Emma Alexandre back in action agaisnt West Ham following injury

Battling Chichester left empty-handed by in-form Hammers

Chichester City Ladies came away from their away trip to in-form West Ham empty handed after a tough day at the office with numerous changes to the squad due to an ever worrying injury list at the club.

Pagham celebrate a goal in their quarter-final win over Horsham / Picture by Roger Smith

Pagham believe they can Brighton a cup scare

Pagham take on Brighton’s under-23s for a place in the Sussex Senior Cup final next week.

Hollie Olding in an earlier England appearance

Olding on England duty as Euros loom

Chichester star Hollie Olding is back on England duty as the national women’s under-19 squad get in shape for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers.

Harry Giles was Midhurst's hat-trick hero but they lost 5-4 / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Shooting Field lives up to name in 5-4 thriller

Midhurst lost their second SCFL division one game in a row - going down 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller on a bitterly cold afternoon at Steyning’s Shooting Field.

Keaton Woods scores in Bognor's first meeting this season with Concord - they face them again this weekend / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Will 18 points from 11 games save the Rocks?

The Rocks have been set an 18-point target for their final 11 games – but have been warned even that may not be enough to stay up.

Hockey action in the latest round of University of Chichester fixtures

Sporty students defy the beast from the east

The Beast from the East disrupted the University of Chichester sport schedule, with plenty fixtures falling foul of the weather –but a good number did survive.

Darin Killpartrick, front centre, with the England Colleges squad

Dabba takes pride at managing England team in Italy

Darin Killpartrick has spoken of his pride at leading the England Colleges squad into action in an international tournament.
The two squads at Chichesrer College

Rocks and Chichester College links getting stronger all the time

Chichester College have had an unofficial partnership with the Rocks for many years, with Darin Killpartrick a key figure at both the college and the club.

Ollie Pearce celebrates a goal v Braintree - but the Rocks need more scenes like this / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: Two wins from next three must be Rocks target

Another weekend; another one of frustration and another set of taking points from the loss at Hampton & Richmond Borough, writes Ian Guppy, chairman of the Rocks’ Supporters’ Club.

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