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Jofra Archer's mother and stepfather speak of pride over their son helping England to victory.
Sussex Chris Jordan admits that he felt emotional watching his Sussex and England team-mate Jofra Archer keep his nerve under pressure in last night's electrifying Lord's finale.
Jordan was the man who discovered his fellow Bajan back home in their native Barbados, before helping him to bring him to Sussex in 2016.
“I was sat there thinking regardless of what happens, I’m still very proud of him to have even got to this stage on that journey," Jordan told BBC Sussex.
“Watching Jof go through all that brought so many emotions. I found it hard to get my words out but it brought a tear to my eyes."
As to whether Lord's Archer would be the man for the job in what proved to be a Champagne Super Over, Jordan added: "He was the best person in that team to do the job.
"I'm not at all surprised. I called it from the start. He has plenty of variations and was the most fitting person for that final over. No occasion is too big for him.”
The NHS trust which runs the Conquest Hospital in St Leonards and Eastbourne General Hospital is being taken out of financial special measures.
The East Sussex Hospital NHS Trust was put in financial special measures in 2016.
The trust was in special measures over the quality of its health care from 2015 until June 2018.
Following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission in March 2018 the trust was rated as "requires improvement".
The trust said its aim was to be rated "outstanding" by 2020.
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Police in Crawley want to talk this woman, seen with her Chihuahua dog, over racial abuse directed at another dog walker in a Crawley park.
The victim of the abuse, a local woman, was walking her own dog in Tilgate Park when the Chihuahua came up to them.
The Chihuahua owner then approached and kicked the victim's dog hard across the grass several times.
When the local woman remonstrated with her for this cruelty, the woman pictured reportedly racially abused her.
The woman pictured, who police want to talk to is described as white, about 19 years old, 5'8", with long "whitish" hair, and of medium build, wearing tight blue tie-dye jeans, a khaki bomber jacket with two orange stripes on the cuff, black trainers, and an ankle bracelet and a ring on the middle finger.
Another woman who was with her during the incident at 16:00 on Wednesday 19 June, is described as white, about 19, 5'9", with long black or very dark brown hair, and of heavy build, wearing black trainers, black leggings, and a high waist beige off the shoulder jumper.
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Three people have been arrested after a man died outside a supermarket in St Leonards, Sussex Police said.
A man in his 40s died outside Sainsbury's in John McAdam Way, off Sedlescombe Road North at about 21:45 BST on Tuesday.
His death followed reports of suspected shoplifting, police said.
Three men, aged 28, 24 and 53, who were arrested on suspicion of manslaughter have now been released under investigation, a police spokesman said.
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People in Kent and Sussex captured footage of lightning in the skies in the wake of torrential rain.
While they're at lunch at Chester Road, Kidderminster, on the second day of Worcestershire's rescheduled game with Sussex, things are now looking a little brighter 15 miles away back at county headquarters, at New Road.
It has stopped raining, the River Severn has now reached its peak, the waters are starting to recede and the clean-up operation has begun in parts of the ground.
On past experience, it usually takes three weeks to get the place ready for cricket again after a New Road flood, which would wipe out next week's one-day game against Australia A, on 25 June.
But the next home game after that, the Championship fixture against Derbyshire on 7 July, at least looks a reasonable target.
The club are yet to comment on how long they expect to be at Kidderminster this time.