Posts Tagged "Lewes"

Winning Isn’t Everything… Probably

Winning Isn’t Everything… Probably

By on Oct 23, 2013 in Latest, Opinion | 0 comments

It was a cold, blustery autumn evening and as I made the short walk from Lewes railway station to The Dripping Pan, the welcoming if not quite palatial home of Lewes Football Club, and a sense of foreboding hung heavy in the back of my mind. There was the small matter of the thousand words on Coventry City that required a final paragraph to be written before it was...

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Non-League Day 2013: Lewes FC Are Caught By The Fuzz

By on Sep 9, 2013 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

As the pleasingly basic scoreboard tucked away near one corner of the pitch ticked over ninety minutes at The Dripping Pan on Saturday afternoon, there was a hint of quiet satisfaction in the air. Leading by two goals to nil and with the home defence having seldom been threatened all afternoon, it looked just about certain that the biggest Ryman League crowd of the...

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Monsoon Conditions Fail To Dampen The Renewal Of A Sussex Rivalry

By on Dec 27, 2012 in Latest, Non-League | 0 comments

Leaving Brighton yesterday afternoon for the Boxing Day match between Lewes and Bognor Regis Town, all seemed quiet and all seemed fine. There was a little light rain in the air and a chill in the air which merited the addition of an extra layer, but nothing excessive. Spirits couldn’t even be dampened by the decision of Southern Rail to not run any Boxing Day...

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Match Of The Week: Lewes 1-2 Enfield Town

By on Aug 19, 2012 in Latest, Non-League | 1 comment

It feels as though the new football season has started a little too soo this afternoon. A summer which had rather looked as if it might not arrive at all has settled to a ninety degree heat from which there is no respite, even in the shade. Even by the coast in Brighton, this is weather that simply makes you want to curl up and fall asleep. A handful of miles inland...

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