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Sports Round-Up

Crawley Town FC are celebrating after securing their first home victory since the middle of January.

The Reds put three goals past Leyton Orient in just nine minutes to secure the valuable points in League Two and impress the home crowd.

Crawley travel to Newport County next weekend.

Horley Town won away to Hartley Wintney in the Combined Counties Premier Division.

In Division One, Redhill were dominant with a 4-1 victory at home over Ash United and Dorking drew 1-all away to Balham.

Meanwhile in Rugby Union, Redhill-born Chris Robshaw returned to winning ways in his first game after recovering from a shoulder injury.

Harlequins beat Newcastle Falcons 53 points to 17.  The bonus point win moving them up to 6th in the premiership table.

Director of Rugby for Harlequins, John Kingston, had this to say about the return of Chris Robshaw:

Crawley Town host Leyton Orient

Crawley Town host Leyton Orient tomorrow in a game Head Coach Dermot Drummy says will be all about how they attack.

Although bottom place, he said the visitors have shown they’ve got great spirit and the Reds will have to match that.

It’ll be the first of the final eight games of the season so both teams will be looking to finish their campaigns on a high.

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Crawley Wasps LFC in Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup Final

Crawley Wasps Ladies will meet Brighton and Hove Albion Ladies in the Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup Final this evening.  

This is the second successive year the two teams have faced each other in the final, but Wasps will be hoping for win this year; Brighton beat them 5-1 in the final last year.   

Dara Wilson from the Back of the Net Team asked Crawley Wasps Manager, Paul Walker what the team’s tactical approach would be for the final.

Three divisions separate Crawley Wasps from the semi-professional Seagulls, who play in the Women’s Super League. Wasps midfielder, Suzanne Davies, played in last year’s final.

The Sussex Women’s Challenge Cup Final takes place at the FA Headquarters at the Lancing Stadium tonight.  Kick off is at 7.15.

 

Football Update

In League 2, Crawley Town drew 1-1 with Grimsby on Saturday.  James Collins returned to goalscoring form with his 19th of the season as Reds picked up a deserved point at Blundell Park.

In the Ryman Premier League, Merstham lost 3-0 at home to Canvey Island.  In the Ryman South Division, South Park move up to 10th place after beating Cray Wanderers 3-0 away. South Park host Lewes tonight as they catch up with their League matches following their FA Trophy run.  On Saturday East Grinstead lost their away match to Lewes 4-0. Horsham drew 1-1 away to Ramsgate.  

Elsewhere Horley Town won 2-0 at home to CB Hounslow United.  Redhill move back up to second place after winning their away match with Ash United, 3-2.

Football Update

In League 2, Crawley Town gained a point from their 2-2 draw with Barnet at The Hive on Saturday.  Enzio Boldewijn  made a goal and scored the other – his first since Boxing Day.  Crawley Town host Crewe Alexandra tomorrow evening.

Merstham lost their Ryman Premier Division away match with Dulwich Hamlet, 5-0.

In the Ryman South Division, South Park move up to 11th place after beating Faversham Town 3-1 at home.  East Grinstead won 4-2 at home to Cray Wanderers.  Three Bridges lost 2-0 at home to Ramsgate and it was a similar story for Horsham, losing their home match against Herne Bay, 2-0.

Elsewhere, Horley Town won 4-0 at home to Bedfont Sports.  

It was a bad day for Redhill who lost for the first time in 15 games in the league, losing 1-0 away to Bagshot.