For the second successive season, Hassocks were eliminated at the earliest possible stage of a knockout competition by AFC Uckfield Town. Last season the Oaks were 2-1 winners in the Peter Bentley League Cup in extra time, this time it was the Sussex RUR Charity Cup and again it required a full 120 minutes for the hosts to advance to the next round with a 4-2 victory.
We may only be three games into the new campaign, but already it looks as though what Hassocks achieve this season will be largely determined by what version of their defence turns up each week. All three goals in this 3-2 defeat to bogey side Newhaven were preventable; on Saturday at Arundel they kept a clean sheet on the way to a big three points; a week before that they let in two goals inside the opening 15 minutes which ended their hopes of an FA Cup run against Hollands and Blair.
Arundel away may not be seen as the toughest of fixtures in the Southern Combination League’s Premier Division but there have been plenty of hair-raising experiences for Hassocks at the home of the Mullets down the years. These are the top flights two longest serving clubs.
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