Final game loss for Thirds

THIRD TEAM REFLECTIONS Northiam 4-2 BBFC “A disappointing performance but we could have won 20-0 & still not secured 3rd place due to Wittersham not fulfilling their Robertsbridge fixture”. Despite going 1-0 up in 20 seconds – a BBFC or ESFL record this year? – we fell well below the high standards we had set […]

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SECONDS SURVIVE DESPITE LOSS

BBFC II 3-4 Peche Hill Two goals from Frazer Discala and one from Aaron Davies saw BBFC seconds take a 3-1 lead after just 15 minutes. It was however a lead that they failed to hold onto as a strong Peche Hill, featuring players with county league experience rallied to take all 3 points. A strong start by the […]

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A BUSY AND VERY SUCCESSFUL WEEKEND FOR FIRSTS

BBFC 3-0 Bexhill Town Saturday 5th May Battle Baptists did their chances of winning the Macron ESFL Premier Division a power of good with a commanding win thanks to two goals from top goal-scorer Dean Boyd and another from Joe Brister. Facing three games in five days, the Baptists were quickly on the offensive as […]

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Good win for Firsts boosts title hopes

Battle Baptists 3-0 Crowhurst Battle Baptists finally overcame a resolute Crowhurst side on Saturday, eventually winning out with goals from Trystan Mayhew, Harry Loates and Dean Boyd, to continue their excellent league form and maintain hopes of winning their first Macron East Sussex Football League Premier Division title. After a nervy first half that produced […]

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Firsts relieved with win

St Leonard Social 2-4 BBFC On a day when the weather resembled mid-August rather than mid-April, Battle Baptists came through choppy waters to beat St Leonards Social at Tilekiln and will be relieved to have landed another win in their precarious struggle to land the Premiership title. All started smoothly for the Battle front side […]

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Dominant win for Firsts keeps pressure on Hollington

BBFC 1sts 3-0 Ore Athletic Battle Baptist 1st Team entertained Ore Athletic at Battle Rec, which was still soft from the long winter. With two teams at different ends of the division, and with Ore Athletic struggling to start with 11 players, the outcome of the match could have been predictable on paper. Battle started […]

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