Football and tennis just didn’t make the grade for seven-year-old Lewis Riley as he tried different after school clubs … all he was interested in was cars.
Uckfield Rotary Club has presented a cheque for £800 to help three young trampolinists progress in their sport.
Uckfield has played its first cup match of the season, welcoming what turned out to be a strong Pulborough side to Hempstead Fields, writes Gordon Buckland.
Uckfield Rugby FC welcomed Crawley to Hempstead Fields on Saturday for a Sussex One league match.
Uckfield triathlete Jamie Bedwell has accepted an invitation to take up an ambassadorial role within the United Nations UK Association, an organisation dedicated to building support for an effective UN.
Uckfield RFC welcomed East Grinstead RFC to Hempstead Fields for what was always going to be a tough fixture for the home side.
Uckfield Anderida finished the season mid table with a final stumble at Pett at the weekend.
Uckfield waterskier Sam Clark is competing in European Championships in Dunoon, to the west of Scotland this week.
Remodelling the West Park Pavilion could be an opportunity for Uckfield to develop a leading “hub” for girls’ and women’s sports.
Uckfield Anderida travelled down to Iden, near Rye, on what felt like an autumnal day and were keen to bat first on a flat wicket, after captain Tungate won the toss, writes Tom Grimes.
Dropped catches led to a loss for Uckfield Anderida against Lewes St Michaels at the weekend.
On another baking hot sussex day, Uckfield were embarrassed by Polegate in their heaviest defeat for four seasons, writes Joe Burns.
If you fancy trying your hand at bowls there will be a warm welcome for you at Wealden Bowls Centre, Maresfield.
On another balmy day at the Victoria ground, Uckfield were largely indebted to Kevin Morton and Chris Turner for securing a win against Pett, writes Joe Burns.
Uckfield Anderida XI chalk up a win against Hellingly while 2nd XI struggle against Wadhurst. Reports here.
Uckfield Anderida’s 1st XI welcomed Iden on Saturday and after winning the toss invited them to bat on a wicket that looked good, but which the Uckfield skipper felt might have something in it for the opening bowlers.
Uckfield tennis player Chris Baily is a National Visually Impaired Champion for the second year running and winner of the men’s doubles title for the fourth time.
Uckfield Anderida 1st XI hoped to build on last week’s first victory of the season when they travelled to Lewes at the weekend and they weren’t disappointed, writes stand-in skipper Joe Burns.
Uckfield Anderida 1st XI won for the first time this season against Bells Yew Green, while the 2nd XI suffered their first defeat, writes Tom Grimes.
On a warm and breezy Saturday the 1st XI headed to Maresfield intent on establishing local bragging rights early in the season, writes Tom Grimes.