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Heathfield Park fight back well as Rottingdean let it slip - Sussex ... 28 May 2012 .
.. Rottingdean, in reply, started well, with opener Ryan Perry getting 65 and
middle order batters Richard Woodley and Chris Osborne scoring 42 and 31
respectively.
Rottingdean too rapid with the bat for Ringmer in T20-style run chase 14 May 2012 ... Ringmer won the toss and elected to put their opponents in. It was a decision
they would regret. Rottingdean put on 57 for the first wicket – then a mammoth
116 for the second – before closing their 20 overs just three runs short of 200
runs. Openers Simon Corrigal and Henry Ledden scored 32 and 77 off ...
Rodmell and Southease - Sussex Express
16 Jun 2017 ... FLOWER FESTIVAL: Despite being busy with B&Bs, I found time to spend a
couple of hours on Saturday June 10 visiting the Flower Festival at St Margaret's
Church, Rottingdean. There were some beautiful floral displays and also some
quirky ones to give it added interest. There were stalls selling all sorts ...
Heathfield Park come up just short as Rottingdean clinch East ... 2 Sep 2012 ... ROTTINGDEAN clinched the East Sussex Cricket League title win a 10-wicket
win at home to Ditchling. It was a stylish way to seal the DIVISION ONE
championship but a win was vital as chasing club Heathfield Park also won,
although not by such a convincing margin, at home to Ringmer, by four wickets.
Dramatic last over ensures a thrilling tie between Buxted Park and ... 28 May 2012 ... Buxted Park* 205-7 Rottingdean 205. BUXTED Park maintained their unbeaten
start to the season by salvaging a tie in a dramatic final over of their game at
home against Rottingdean. Last year's national village cup finalists put the hosts
into bat and opener Andy Meed (62) and Lloyd Burgess (70) built a ...
DAVID ARNOLD - Read all about it! - Sussex Express 3 Nov 2014 ... October 1749: Advertisement by Mary Saunders, widow, of the Blockhouse,
Brighthelmstone, for “fine genuine French brandy at nine shillings per gallon.”
June 1758: Report of Naval Engagement off Rottingdean. October 1758: A
Swedish ship of about 400 tons has been wrecked near Rottingdean.
When the French set Lewes ablaze - Sussex Express 14 Mar 2014 ... Early on August 27 a diversionary force from the French fleet landed at
Rottingdean and burnt the village – the church tower still shows the characteristic
pink tinge from the heat of the blaze when the church caught fire. Rottingdean
was a Lewes Priory rectory and an important source of income and ...
Russian billionaire's £200m superyacht cruises along Sussex coast ...
16 Sep 2016 ... The 390ft vessel, which is said to be to world's 21st largest superyacht, was seen
cruising past Peacehaven at around 10am before laying anchor off the coast of
Rottingdean. Owned by Russian industrialist Andrey Melnichenko, the submarine
-inspired boat known as Motor Yacht A has three swimming ...
Honours Board – East Sussex Cricket League - Sussex Express 17 May 2012 ... Sam Shepherd (Rottingdean II) 5-13. Aaron Saunders (Buxted Park) 5-42.
Richard Wood (Newick) 5-43. Mark McCaughan (Denton) 5-59. Joe Hook (
Hellingly IV) 4-3. Graham Parker (St Peters III) 4-3. Sam Garland (Bexhill V) 4-5.
Frazer Johnstone (Glynde III) 4-6. Ciaran Treloar (Hailsham) 4-13.
Davies hits 119 in Glynde win 27 Apr 2006 ... Friendlies: Eastbourne v St James's Montefiore, Rottingdean 2nds v Buxted Park
2nds, St Andrews v Rottingdean, St James's Montefiore 2nds v Eastbourne 2nds,
Streat & Westmeston v Heathfield Park 2nds,. Sunday: Bolney v Rottingdean
2nds, Pevensey v Heathfield Park, Rottingdean v Preston Nomads ...
Uckfield Grasshoppers spring to dramatic title triumph - Sussex ... 5 May 2011 ... A tight finish between Uckfield and Cuckfield Cosmos had been on the cards, but
after the previous week's games it looked as though Cosmos were home and
hosed, as they beat Rottingdean and Uckfield capitulated to Marle Place, leaving
Cuckfield with a commanding four point lead with just two games ...
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