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Goodwood Festival of Speed announces date change

The date of the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed has been moved because of a change to the Formula 1 calendar.

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Glenn Murray and Sam Baldock celebrate the latter's equaliser during Albion's win against Fulham on Saturday. Picture by Phil Westlake

Swift return to Cardiff for Albion assistant

Having come from behind to win last weekend, Brighton will be hoping for an easier start to December when they travel to face Cardiff tomorrow afternoon.

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COLUMN – Ian Hart: ‘I hope everyone responsible is brought to justice’

COLUMN – Ian Hart: ‘I hope everyone responsible is brought to justice’

This week’s news about historic child abuse in youth football is truly shocking, there are not enough superlatives to describe the bravery and courage of the victims to speak out about the abuse they received.

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Leicester City celebrate their Premier League title win with an open-top bus parade

Johnny Cantor: Foxes the team of the year after they overcame all odds?

The signs are there. You know Christmas is coming. No, not the sub-zero temperatures; no, not the chance to start your day with chocolate from the advent calendar and no, not the festive TV adverts (they’ve been going since October!). It is of course the release of the shortlist for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.

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Glenn Murray fires home Albion's equaliser. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Latest Brighton BetVictor odds

Brighton produced the type of fightback that should ensure the club dines at the top table of English football next season; coming from behind to beat Fulham and cement their place in the Championship’s top two.

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Rob O'Toole hit a hat-trick as Shoreham cruised past Arundel on Saturday. Picture: Derek Martin DM16155345

Pressure off Mussels ahead of crunch clash – O’Toole

Shoreham Football Club boss Bryan O’Toole looked ahead to Saturday’s crunch clash at fellow title challengers Pagham and insisted: “The pressure is on them.”

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Michael van Gerwen is heading to Brighton on Sunday. Picture by Lawrence Lustig

van Gerwen set for Brighton Masters

World number one Michael van Gerwen will appear in Brighton as Darts fever grips the area when the Brighton Masters event returns to the American Express Community Stadium on Sunday.
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Campaign: It’s official! Hunt is on for more umpires and refs

With the Sussex Premier Cricket League restructuring next year, there is a need for more umpires. With four panel umpires having left at the end of the 2016 season, the Sussex Association of Cricket Officials (SACO) are looking to recruit at least 15 more.

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Mile Oak boss Ben Shoulders. Picture: Liz Pearce LP1600668

Oak bounce back by beating Seaford Town

Mile Oak Football Club got back on the winning trail with victory over Seaford Town on Saturday.

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Former Whitehawk manager Richard Hill. Picture: David Pillman

Hill steps down as Whitehawk boss to take up role with Aston Villa

Richard Hill has stepped down as manager of Whitehawk Football Club.

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Steyning celebrate a goal earlier this season. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Steyning stay third with victory over ten-man Oakwood

Steyning Town Football Club got back on the winning trail with a home victory over ten-man Oakwood on Saturday.

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Alex Fair got the opener as Lancing made it three wins in seven days on Saturday. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Sharman pleased with Lancers’ perfect week

Lancing Football Club manager John Sharman hailed his side after they completed the perfect week with victory over Wick on Saturday.

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Rob O'Toole hit a hat-trick as five-star Mullets romped to victory on Saturday. Picture: Stephen Goodger

O’Toole’s hat-trick helps five-star Mussels to emphatic victory

Rob O’Toole struck a hat-trick as Shoreham Football Club cruised to a 5-0 Southern Combination League Premier Division victory at home to struggling Arundel on Saturday.

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Southwick manager John Kilgarriff was forced to start in goal on Saturday. Picture: Derek Martin DM1610682

Patched-up Wickers pick up a point

Southwick Football Club boss John Kilgarriff was pleased his side ended a four-game losing run on Saturday.

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Alex Townley struck but Upper Beeding were denied victory on Saturday. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Eadie’s late strike denies Beeding victory

Nicolas Eadie netted three minutes into injury-time as Upper Beeding Football Club were forced to settle for a Southern Combination League Division 2 draw on Saturday.

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Non-League Sussex: The Hornets snatch a point in injury-time, Hassocks’ three-goal comeback and 14 Goals in three games for Haywards Heath

Horsham 1-1 Hastings United: The Hornets snatched a point against Hastings, substitute Dan Boswell equalising in injury time.

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Sam Baldock celebrates his equaliser. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton hails a big win

Albion manager Chris Hughton hailed a big win after his side fought back from a goal down to beat Fulham 2-1 this afternoon.

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Matt McLean bagged two tries in Raiders' defeat to Redruth. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Late drama sees Raiders downed by Redruth

Jess Tompsett’s converted try with the last play of the game ensured Redruth snatched a bonus-point 29-27 National League 2 South victory over Worthing Raiders Rugby Club at Roundstone Lane this afternoon.

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Albion winger Jamie Murphy in action against Fulham this afternoon. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Albion hit back to beat Fulham

Brighton & Hove Albion closed the gap on Championship leaders Newcastle to two points as they fought back to beat Fulham 2-1 at the Amex this afternoon.

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Sussex's Luke Wright

Sussex begin promotion bid with Kent clash

Sussex will begin their bid for promotion to the top tier of the county championship at home to Kent - and will play a day-night championship match in June.

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