Hawks beat the drop with draw

Hawks boss Steven King

Hawks boss Steven King

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Whitehawk secured Skrill south safety in dramatic circumstances today.

Hawks drew 3-3 at home to Sutton and heard rivals Hayes and Yeading had been beaten by a late Dover goal.

Jake Robinson (penalty), Danny Mills and Waide Fairhurst scored for Hawks.

Fairhurst's 77th-minute leveller ultimately proved crucial as Hayes conceded an 87th minute penalty to slip into the drop zone.

Hawks had to wait four minutes after the end of their match before the final whistle at Hayes signalled survival celebrations.

Boss Steven King said: "What this group of players has done for us is quite amazing."

 

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2:52am Sun 27 Apr 14

thewhitehawker says...

We deserved to stay up , congrats to Steve King and all the boys , u done us proud . SUUUUPER HAWKS ! SUUUUPER HAWKS !
We deserved to stay up , congrats to Steve King and all the boys , u done us proud . SUUUUPER HAWKS ! SUUUUPER HAWKS ! thewhitehawker
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7:50am Mon 28 Apr 14

P.G says...

Congratulations to Brighton's other team. They will be the team to go and watch next season.
Congratulations to Brighton's other team. They will be the team to go and watch next season. P.G
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