Crawley Wasps Ladies Football Club secured the win they needed to win the league title yesterday. The Wasps became the FA Women’s National League Division 1 South East champions after winning 1-0 at home to Enfield. Crawley Wasps are promoted to the Southern Premier Division next season.
In League 2 Crawley Town won 1-0 away to Yeovil on Saturday. Filipe Morais scored in the 64th minute.15
In the Bostik Premier Division Merstham lost 3-1 at home to Folkestone Invicta.
Horsham have secured a place in the Bostik League South East Division play offs after beating Herne Bay 3-2. The win means they can’t now finish outside of the top five. East Grinstead lost 5-4 away to VCD Athletic and Three Bridges lost 3-0 away to Faversham Town.
South Park lost their Bostik South Central Division match 4-1 at home to Cheshunt.
Horley library is moving.
The service will close in the old building from 5 pm this Saturday 13th April and will reopen in Russell Square near Waitrose at 9.30 am on Tuesday 30th April.
During the closure residents may use any other Surrey library – the nearest being Redhill, Reigate and Merstham.
Crawley Wasps Ladies’ need just one more win from their final four games of the season to win the title, following a 6-1 victory over Cambridge United on Sunday.
The win takes Paul Walker’s side 10 points clear of Billericay meaning they could clinch the FA Women’s National League Division 1 South East title, if they win their match against Enfield on Sunday.
A valuable diamond ring has been stolen from a jewellers in Banstead.
The theft took place last Tuesday at 2 pm. Police want to speak to two men in connection with the theft. The first man is described as white, aged in his early 30s, around 6 feet tall, of slim build, with receding fair scruffy hair and a tidy beard. He was wearing a black coat, green jumper, dark jeans and grey white Adidas trainers. He spoke with a local accent. The second man is described as black, also in his 30s, with dark short hair and was clean shaven. He was wearing light coloured chinos and a black parka-style coat.
There is a CCTV image of the two men on news.surrey.police.uk. Anyone who recognises the two men should contact Surrey Police on 101.
Over 500 school pupils from Kent attended Gatwick Airport’s first roadshow to promote certain subjects and to inspire careers.
The new initiative takes the airport to schools across Kent, Surrey and Sussex; 15 schools from Kent attended the first roadshow at Hadlow Rural Community School near Tonbridge last week. The roadshows give exclusive insights into the aviation industry and form part of Gatwick’s local engagement programme which promotes the study of STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and maths. The roadshows link the STEM subjects with relevant job opportunities at the airport.
Easyjet, DHL and the Royal Aeronautical Society have been working on the initiative with Gatwick.