All the latest midweek football news and match reports from local sides including Bashley and Brockenhurst.
A Lymington sailor will take on the world’s best this summer after earning a spot in her first Olympic Games for Team GB for Paris 2024.
Lymington Town left empty-handed after a last-gasp winner handed Blackfield & Langley all three points at the Gang Warily Recreation Ground.
New Milton's Carla Rudkin-Guillen’s impressive performance at Junior European Karate Championships in Georgia.
Fordingbridge travelled to West Sussex with another much-changed team, and they eventually succumbed to Chichester seconds.
New Milton Town and Ringwood Town emerged victorious in their respective midweek games.
New Milton travelled to play Bognor, a team just one point below them in the league, but the hosts made a late comeback to claim the spoils.
Bashley gave their fans something to cheer on Saturday when recent signing Jamie Johnston showed his class in a spectacular four-goal display.
Lyndhurst’s Jonathan Clutterbuck wins gold medal in inclusive skating at first Special Olympics Great Britain National Winter Games.
The sun shone as more than 200 Brockenhurst parkrunners took on the Wilverley Inclosure course.
Despite Fordingbridge's brave efforts, they were ultimately defeated 43-10 by Basingstoke, who currently holds the second place.
Lymington’s Hattie Rogers is part of the British team seeking to make history at the Youth America’s Cup.
Battling Bashley’s single-goal defeat of Exmouth has provided the New Forest club with some breathing room in the league table.
Christchurch’s Emma Wilson admitted she is learning to love the challenging new format of iQFOiL racing after winning world championship silver.
As the 2024 Paris Olympics countdown begins, Lymington Amateur Rowing Club members have planned a sponsored row to bolster the club’s boat fund.
Ellingham & Ringwood hosted Eastleigh, running out convincing winners to preserve their unbeaten start to the year.
In an quiet round of midweek football, AFC Totton cruised to a five-goal hammering of Royal Navy FA, while Hythe & Dibden lost to AFC Portchester.
New Milton came into the match with high hopes, but a depleted team were second-best, losing 47-5 to Portsmouth.
Brockenhurst have played some excellent football this season, but after losing to Moneyfields the Badgers have slipped out of the play-off places.
New Milton Chess Club’s annual Christmas Frolic was won by Reenen du Toit, who defeated Jamie Sen in the final to earn the Mihail Nutu Trophy.