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Brighton boss happy with underdog tag

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Tomer Hemed. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hemed delighted to sign new Albion deal

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Brighton boss Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton prepared for testing period

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Tomer Hemed celebrates after scoring the only goal in Albion's 1-0 win against Newcastle. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hemed signs new Brighton contract

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Stoke striker Peter Crouch pictured during his Tottenham days.

Johnny Cantor: Wrongly discarded by England? Albion will have to be wary of Crouch’s threat

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Cricket: Sussex announce next crop of would-be stars of their future

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England women's team celebrate winning the World Cup.

Sussex to host two major women’s matches in 2018

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Sussex chief executive Rob Andrew. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Andrew’s determined to bring silverware back to Sussex

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Will Sheffield

Sussex Boys Academy welcomes first Aldridge student

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Raiders cruise past struggling Broadstreet

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Two tries from Jack Maslen could not prevent Worthing Raiders from falling to defeat on Saturday. Picture by Colin Coulson

Sending off was the turning point - Levett

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Matt Walsh scored one of Raiders' two tries as they ended a run of six straight defeats on Saturday. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Relief for Levett after losing run is ended

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Matt Walsh got one of Raiders' two tries this afternoon. Picture by Colin Coulson

Raiders edge to tense win over Tonbridge Juddians

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Worthing Mini Raiders' under-12 team. Picture by Roberto Payne

Cup delight for Worthing youngsters

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Smith setting sights on chasing down Thunder

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Action from Albion's clash at Swansea last Saturday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography).

Ian Hart: Swans trip shows to be careful what you wish for

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Hockey action.

Littlehampton break new ground with record league victory

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Worthing Thunder skipper Brendan Okoronkwo. Picture by Kyle Hemsley

Dynamic duo to be a force for Thunder

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