Hawks Still Giving Their All As Benyon’s Late Strike Seals Win

The Hawks continued to battle for every point, despite the despair of Tuesday’s relegation at Braintree, with a hard fought 1-0 win in West Berkshire at Hungerford Town. Manager Steve King made four changes to the team. Osa Obamwonyi and Zach Fagan returned to the defence with Ramone Rose included in midfield. Nathaniel Pinney replaced […]

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Preview: Braintree Town (A)

Whitehawk go to Braintree Town tonight (Tuesday) knowing that only three points will do in their battle with the drop. The Hawks drew with the Essex outfit back in August to pick up a rare point, and go to The Ironmongery Direct Stadium on the back of a great win against Welling United on Saturday. […]

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King: Defeat Hard To Take

We caught up with Steve King after the Hawks’ survival chances took a massive blow at Chelmsford on Monday night. Reflecting on the game 24 hours later, I felt that we made a slow start. Chelmsford were better than us in the first fifteen-twenty minutes but only had one shot on target. Their first goal […]

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King’s Thoughts On Havant Draw

Read Hawks boss Steve King’s thoughts as the Hawks held league leaders Havant & Waterlooville on Monday. “Having time to reflect on Monday’s game against Havant, I think it was a very good game full of commitment and endeavor from both sides. “I felt Havant were the better side for the first 20 minutes and […]

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Charity Game: Hawks Supporters

On April 14th Whitehawk supporters will be hosting a football charity match in aid of the Clock Tower Sanctuary. In 2016, 1 in 69 people were homeless in the city of Brighton and Hove according to statistics given by the housing charity Sanctuary. Us fans at Whitehawk are committed to doing our bit for our […]

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