Rockets Howells rifles Rooks forward – Lewes Community Football Club

Paula Howells ensured the Rooks took all three points today and move up to 7th in the league in a tough and well-fought game. Reports Maycee Rogers.

Scott Booth’s side were the most dominant and possessive side in the first half trying to break down a defensive Blackburn Rovers backline.

A flurry of chances were created early on with Ellie Mason who had a fantastic chance with a great ball in from Nat Johnson, which saw Mason manage to dance around the keeper, who had a clear opportunity but j

Booth: “We didn’t play well enough” – Lewes Community Football Club

Scott Booth’s side welcome Blackburn Rovers to the Dripping Pan this Sunday in the penultimate home game of the season!

The Rooks were held at home by a fighting Coventry United the last we played at The Pan in a frustrating game which saw us only a grab a point.

Reflecting on that game Booth shared: “We didn’t play well enough, I know that Coventry was fighting for their existence in the Championship, I still felt that we were the better team, but we sort of just failed to take chances, and h

MATCH PREVIEW: Lewes vs. Herne Bay – Lewes Community Football Club

On Good Friday we host Herne Bay in what is set to be a vital game for the Rooks.

As we fully enter into the final month of league action, every game and point are critical for the Rooks with the play-offs still in reach and look to cement our place in the top five.

On Saturday we faced Margate away which saw us come back from behind twice courtesy of goals from Tyrique Hyde and Joe Taylor to see us grab a point.

Now, we welcome Herne Bay to the Pan, who for themselves, this is a huge game in

Rooks held by Coventry – Lewes Community Football Club

Lewes were held at home by a fighting Coventry United on Sunday afternoon who despite grabbing a point, were unable to secure their Championship status.

It was frustrating game which saw Lewes start the more dominating and attacking side. The Rooks caused trouble for Coventry’s backline in the first two minutes of play, with Rebecca Mckenna and Ellie Mason creating chances early on but unable to convert them.

Amber Keegan-Stobbs fired in a tidy low ball into the bottom of the goal in the 10th

Rooks bow out with proud performance – Lewes Community Football Club

The Rooks’ FA Cup run was brought to an end on Sunday after goals from Alessia Russo, Vilde Boa Risa and Nikita Parris secured Manchester United’s semi-final place. Reports Maycee Rogers.

The atmosphere at The Dripping Pan was electric on Sunday with a record-breaking 2,801 supporters coming down to show their support.

Lewes started the brighter of the two sides, with Emily Kraft, Nat Johnson and Kirsty Barton causing trouble early on for United’s backline with Maria Thorisdottir having to def

Mason and Barton inspire Rooks win – Lewes Community Football Club

Scott Booth’s side took all three points today at The Dripping Pan against a competitive Sunderland thanks to goals from Ellie Mason and Kirsty Barton. Reports Maycee Rogers.

What started out as a tough and tense first half soon turned into a game full of excitement as the Rooks bagged two goals.

Despite there being little goal action at either side of the pitch, The Rooks held the most possession of the ball and was the more dominant and attacking side.

Sunderland kept keeper Sophie Whitehou

Ellie Mason inspires Rooks to history – Lewes Community Football Club

Six stunning goals secure The Rooks their place in the quarter-finals of the Vitality Women’s FA Cup for the first time in our history. Reports Maycee Rogers.

The Dripping Pan was in full voice as Scott Booth’s side were on fire and showed that they meant business.

Five minutes in and Ellie Mason and Rebecca McKenna kicked off proceedings by playing the ball down the right hand-side, and setting up a beautiful ball for Mason to thump in an absolute firecracker of a ball into the back of the ne

Rooks suffer heavy defeat to Blues – Lewes Community Football Club

The Rooks suffered a tough 0-4 defeat on Sunday against Birmingham City as a hat trick from Jade Pennock and a goal from Lucy Quinn secured the visitors all 3 points.

The Rooks were up against it from the first whistle with Birmingham City taking a more dominant and aggressive style of play.

Lewes did well to slow down the tempo at times and create a flurry of chances. However, it was not enough to stop a competitive Birmingham.

A near perfect ball from across the face of the goal saw Birming

A tough evening sees the Rooks bow out of the Continental Cup. – Lewes Community Football Club

A tough and competitive game saw Lewes knocked out of The Continental Cup as Jodie Hutton’s goal earned Bristol City a 1-0 win at the Dripping Pan, despite a string of relentless chances from The Rooks.

Bristol made a bright start to the game coming out strong and defensive, resulting in them holding possession of the ball.

Lewes started to see more of the ball as the half progressed with some great chances created, but were struggling to convert them.

Two strong chances from Izzy Dalton with

Five-star Rooks into the hat – Lewes Community Football Club

FIVE goals from Emma Thompson, Ellie Mason, Libby Copus-Brown and Emily Kraft secured the Rooks 5-0 win over London Bees and cemented their place in the Vitality FA Cup Fourth Round.

The win over London Bees means Lewes will travel to Ipswich Town on Sunday 29 January to play them in the next round.

Scoot Booth’s side started out the most attacking and dominating side as they held the most possession of the ball making it near on impossible for the Bee’s to break through and create any chances

Booth raring to be back – Lewes Community Football Club

This Sunday, we welcome London Bees to the Dripping Pan for the third round of The Vitality Women’s FA Cup.

Speaking ahead of this weekend’s game, Scott Booth expressed how excited the team are to get playing again.

“It feels like a real long time. I know the players are itching to get back into it, the players obviously love football, but they love playing football matches more than anything else, and to get back into this weekend with an FA cup game which adds a little bit of interest as

I was honoured to be appreciated for what I can bring – Gowland – Lewes Community Football Club

One of our three incoming directors, Andy Gowland has spoken for the first time since winning the election back in October.

Andy is the Group Head of Partnerships at Right to Dream, a global football network of academies and pro football which is leading the strategy and creation of purpose-driven partnerships and sponsorships across the organisation.

Right to Dream have a residential football academy in Ghana and will soon be launching an academy in Egypt next year. In 2016 the organisation b