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Football Update

Crawley Town drop to 13th place in League 2 following their 2-1 loss away to Bradford City on Saturday.

Horsham are in second place in the Isthmian League Premier Division after winning 4-0 at home to Merstham.  Merstham are in 17th place.

In the South Central Division, Reigate side, South Park won 4-0 at home to Northwood.  East Grinstead Town lost 3-0 at home to Whitstable and are now bottom of the South East Division table.  Three Bridges lost 4-0 at home to Phoenix Sports.

Redhill beat Camberley Town 2-1 at Kiln Brow.  Horley Town lost 3-2 away to Little Common.


Ronnie O’Sullivan criticises K2 Leisure Centre again

Ronnie O’Sullivan has reiterated his criticism of the venue used to stage the English Open.

O’Sullivan, last year described the K2 Leisure Centre in  Crawley as “a hellhole” and feels little has changed since.

Last year he was scathing of the venue in Crawley and its facilities, claiming some rooms smelled of urine, the atmosphere was non-existent.

Meanwhile World Snooker told BBC Sport it received excellent feedback last year from players, spectators and officials about the K2.

Football Update

Crawley Town move up to 9th place in League 2 after their 2-1 win at home to Colchester United on Saturday.

Horsham remain in third place in the Isthmian Premier Division, despite losing 2-0 away to Bishop’s Stortford.  Merstham lost 4-1 at home to Leatherhead.

In the South East Division it was a 0-0 draw for Three Bridges in their home match against Ramsgate.

South Park are out of the FA Trophy losing their Preliminary Round match 1-0 away to Sittingbourne.  East Grinstead’s home match against Aveley was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.14

It was good news for Redhill in the FA Vase first round proper.  The Lobsters are through to the next round following their 2-1 win away to Mile Oak.  Horley are out of the FA Vase after losing 1-0 away to Seaford Town.

Susy’s Cricket Chat Show ‘On The Front Foot’ – October Edition

October’s final show of the year sees David, Tim and Andy Tharp looking back at a memorable season, while captain Jack Bellars and senior cricketer Chris Walker from South Nutfield receive their OTFF Club of the Year award.

Listen On Demand:

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South Nutfield cricketers Chris Walker left, Jack Bellars right, with the certificate