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23/09/16 - Youth team battle to point away at Saltdean
The youth team continued their unbeaten start to the league season, battling to a 2-2 draw away at Saltdean United last night. George Galbraith-Gibbons made it four goals from four appearances to continue his excellent start to the campaign with Danny Austin the other man on target for Dave John's side at Hill Park. This Saturday, the first team make the journey to Newhaven with a 3pm kick off at the Trafalgar Ground and on Sunday the veterans kick off their season and the defence of the Fred Pretty Cup with a visit to Balcombe. Kick off there is 2pm.

19/09/16 - Wasteful Robins fall to Chichester
It was a fifth defeat in a row for Hassocks on Saturday as they went down to a 1-0 home defeat to Chichester City. The Robins had enough chances to win the game but were unable to take any of them with Josh Clack scoring the only goal or the visitors. On Sunday the youth team defeated Broadbridge Heath 3-1 thanks to goals from George Galbraith-Gibbons, Dan Austin and Joe Kennett. On Thursday night the youth team travel to Saltdean United, next Saturday we are on the road to Newhaven and on Sunday the veterans get their campaign underway at Balcombe.

16/09/16 - First half goals give under 21s win on the road
First half goals from Jake Booth, Jack Wilkins and Liam Benson paved the way for Hassocks Under 21s to pick up their first away victory of the season last night as they ran out 3-2 winners at AFC Uckfield Town to make it two wins from a possible three at the start of the campaign. This Saturday there is first team action at the Beacon as we host Chichester City with a 3pm kick off and under 16s will be admitted free to this game. On Sunday the youth team are also at home as they take on Broadbridge Heath with an 11am start.

14/09/16 - Fourth defeat in a row for hapless Hassocks
AFC Uckfield Town inflicted a fourth defeat in a row on Hassocks last night as they ran out 3-1 winners at the Oaks. Phil Broom opened the scoring for the hosts with Ben Bacon equalising early in the second half. Richie Welch restored Uckfield's lead with Andrew Dalhouse adding a little gloss to the scoreline with a third in the 95th minute. On Thursday night the under 21s are on the road for the first time this season and in a quirk of the fixture list they too travel to the Oaks to take on AFC Uckfield Town with a 7.45pm kick off.

12/09/16 - Horror half hour ends Robins Vase adventure
Three goals inside the opening half hour for Horley Town ended Hassocks' interest in the FA Vase this season with the hosts eventually running out 4-2 winners at the New Defence on Saturday. Jamie Hillwood and Josh Hawkes scored the Robins consolation goals. On Sunday, the youth team pushed an impressive Littlehampton all the away in the County Cup, eventually succumbing to a 5-3 penalty shoot out defeat after a 1-1 draw in which Jack Lee scored. Tomorrow night we return to league action at AFC Uckfield Town. Kick off is 7.45pm.

09/09/16 - Floodlight failure sees under 21s abandoned
A fire to one of the Beacon's floodlights just before half time in last nights under 21 clash with Rottingdean Village saw the game having to be abandoned. We are currently in the dark as to the cause of the problem but once it has been looked over by experts who can shed some light on it we are hoping the issue will be quickly fixed. On Saturday we begin the road to Wembley in the FA Vase with a visit to Combined Counties side Horley Town. Kick off is 3pm at the New Defence. On Sunday the youth team are in County Cup action away at Littlehampton Town.

07/09/16 - Hassocks suffer traditional Saffrons defeat
Hassocks' woeful record away at Eastbourne Town continued as they fell to a 3-1 defeat at The Saffrons last night. Josh Hawkes had sent Hassocks into the break 1-0 ahead when neatly converting a waywards Harry Mills shot but second half goals from Chris Cummings-Bart, Sean Ray and a Wes Tate penalty gave Town a deserved victory. On Thursday night the under 21s play their third home game in the league in a row with Rottingdean Village the visitors to the Beacon with a 7.45pm kick off.

05/09/16 - Wasteful Robins fall to Magpies
A succession of missed opportunities was punished as Hassocks went down to a 2-1 defeat at home to Loxwood on Non League Day on Saturday. Phil Gault had given the Robins the lead from the penalty spot only for Sam Beard to strike twice before the half hour mark to secure three points for Loxwood. On Sunday the youth team got their season up and running with a 3-0 win at home to Steyning Town. George Galbraith-Gibbons grabbed a brace with the other goal from Joe Kennet. Tomorrow night we travel to Eastbourne Town with a 7.45pm kick off at the Saffrons.

03/09/16 - Gault named Carnabys Player of the Month
Phil Gault has been named as Hassocks' Carnabys Player of the Month for August. Gault was in sensational form in the first month of the season, scoring eight goals in four appearances including four in a single game away at Hailsham Town. He held off the challenge of James Westlake and Ben Bacon who finished joint second, particularly impressive for Bacon in his first season of senior football after arriving from Haywards Heath Town. Fourth place went to Jamie Hillwood who registered four goals of his own over the course of the month.

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