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Key midfielder is latest to tell Rocks: I'm staying

Rocks midfielder Doug Tuck has agreed to re-commit to the club for the forthcoming campaign in the Bostik Premier League.

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Robbie Blake is taking over as Rocks first-tream coach

Blake looking forward to taking 'leading role' with Rocks

Former Premier League star Robbie Blake has told of his excitement at taking over as first-team coach at Nyewood Lane.
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Robbie Blake joins Bognor from Pompey / Picture by Sarah Standing

Pompey coach and ex-Leeds, Bradford and Burnley striker joins Rocks

Robbie Blake has been appointed the new first-team coach of the Rocks.
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Buildbase won last season's draw / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks want to make YOUR firm famous

The Rocks are preparing for the highly-successful annual sponsors’ draw to see who will be the clubs main sponsor as they attempt to bounce back having relegated from the National League this season.

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Corey Heath celebrates scoring for the Rocks at Poole / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Heath is latest to commit to Rocks

Promising defender Corey Heath is the latest player to give Bognor a boost by agreeing to sign for the Rocks for the new season.
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Brighton U23s won the Sussex Senior Cup earlier this month

Brighton youngsters on way to face Rocks

Premier League Brighton's starlets get the chance to impress boss Chris Hughton when they head for Nyewood Lane for a pre-season friendly against the Rocks.

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Harvey Whyte on the ball in Bognor's final game of the season, at home to Dartford / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Whyte bullish about Rocks bouncing back from relegation

Harvey Whyte is champing at the bit to prove Bognor can bounce back from a disastrous season in the National League South which ended with the Rocks suffering relegation.

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James Crane celebrates one of his favourite Rocks goals - a spectacular late winner against Altrincham / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks boss is calm after two leave and five commit

Two to go – five to stay. That’s the running tally as Rocks boss Jack Pearce oversees who will make up the Rocks squad next season.

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James Crane in action for Bognor against Havant's Jason Prior in 2016-17 / Picture by Tim Hale

Crane swaps Bognor for Worthing

James Crane has quickly been snapped by one of Bognor's big rivals after deciding to leave Nyewood Lane - he has signed for Worthing.
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James Crane celebrates a goal against Dulwich Hamlet in 2017 / Picture by Tim Hale

Rocks hit by two big-name departures - but five agree to stay

The Rocks have been hit by two high-profile player departures - long-serving defender James Crane is to leave Nyewood Lane and Sami El-Abd is reportedly on his way too.
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Jack Pearce with Kenny Jackett at last summer's Rocks-Pompey friendly / Picture by Tim Hale

COLUMN: Rocks ship needs a captain - and much more

A return to the Bostik Premier Division it is then for Bognor Regis Town Football Club next season, writes Dean Adams.
Calvin Davies picks up the fans' player of the year cup from Dave Seabourne / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Davies lands Rocks’ fans player vote

Calvin Davies was crowned player of the season by Rocks fans.

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Bognor are Bostik League-bound / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Rocks set to return to familiar surroundings

Bognor have been provisionally placed into the Isthmian League premier division for the 2018-19 season - although worries they could be moved into the Southern League linger.
Darin Killpartrick has left Nyewood Lane / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Killpartrick’s parting message to Rocks fans

Darin Killpartrick has written a message to Rocks fans after calling time on 18 years as coach and player and nearly 1,000 games

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Darin Killpartrick says his goodbyes - and Jack Pearce says there are more changes on the way at the Lane / Picture by Tommy McMillan

Pearce: Change is on the way at Nyewood Lane

Change is on the way at Nyewood Lane.

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WATCH: Dabba's emotional farewell to Rocks fans and players

It was an emotional final day of the season at Nyewood Lane as Darin Killpartrick bid farewell to the club after 15 years as coach.

VIDEO: Dabba's parting message to the Rocks fans

Darin Killpartrick has left Nyewood Lane after close to 1,000 Rocks games - and he has admitted it was one of the hardest decisions of his life.

REPORT and PIC SPECIAL - Rocks end with defeat - as Dartford are denied the title

Bognor battled away to push title hopefuls Dartford all the way - but they ended up 2-1 losers on a day when the club said an emotional farewell to coach Darin Killpartrick.
The Rocks have not found National League South to their liking / Picture by Tommy McMillan

COLUMN: The Bognor Way doesn’t suit National League South – but we’ll be back

Having been watching the Rocks since 1994 I’ve grown up with the Bognor Way. Fast, expansive football from the back to the front which has given years of excitement – with many highlights along the way, from Peterborough to Grimsby, writes Ian Guppy, chairman of the Rocks supporters’ club.

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Darin Killpartrick is leaving Nyewood Lane / Picture by Tim Hale

Dabba: Hardest decision I’ve had to make - but I have to leave the Rocks

Darin Killpartrick admitted his decision to leave the Rocks was the hardest one he’d ever had to make and said: I thought I might be at the club forever.

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