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20/4/14 FANS DIGGING DEEP TO BOOST RECORD SPORT RELIEF

The Ryman League’s fans are digging deep this Easter Bank Holiday weekend to help boost the already record total raised of over £53million for good causes both in the UK and overseas. Collection buckets for the annual charity appeal were set to be passed among fans during Saturday's matches and this will be repeated on Easter Monday, with supporters of Horsham and Walton & Hersham able to donate their spare change during tomorrow's meeting at Goring's Mead. For more information on Sports Relief 2014 visit: www.sportrelief.com.

18/4/14 RAMSGATE 4 HORSHAM 2

Two late goals from makeshift striker Byron Napper gave the Hornets some respectability to a scoreline that, at one stage, looked undeservedly harsh after Ramsgate had established a four goal lead at a blustery Southwood Stadium this afternoon. Horsham enjoyed the better of the first half but trailed to a superb strike from Jon Main who added to his tally after the break in what was the first of two Rams goals in four minutes, with Ryan Woodford appearing to get the final touch to an Ian Pulman shot. There was no disputing Pulman's claims for his side's fourth on 72 minutes but few could begrudge Napper his brace that set up an ultimately unsuccessful comeback. Full report...

18/4/14 END OF SEASON PARTY

The club will be holding its end of season party at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre on Friday 9th May, from 7.30pm. As well as the player of the season presentations taking place for both the first and U18 teams, a buffet and prize draw will be available on the night at a cost of just £10 per person. You can book your place by speaking to a committee member or emailing your details to horshamfc@yahoo.co.uk.

17/4/14 RAMSGATE v HORSHAM: MATCH PREVIEW

There will be a familiar face among the coaching team for the Good Friday trip to Ramsgate and you can find out who is standing in for Gary Charman in our match preview here.

13/4/14 VOTE FOR YOUR PLAYER OF THE SEASON

Voting is underway for the supporters' Player of the Season, with six different players already having received nominations. You can register your vote electronically by emailing horshamfc@yahoo.co.uk or by picking up a voting slip at our final home match of the season, versus Walton & Hersham, on Monday 21st April.

12/4/14 HORSHAM 2 HASTINGS UNITED 0

Horsham completed an excellent four days with their second successive 2-0 victory, this time against promotion-chasing Hastings over whom they completed their first win in six attempts. Full report...

 

12/4/14 HORSHAM YOUTH TRIALS

Horsham Football Club will be hoping to expand its youth set-up to five sides for the 2014/15 season and will be holding trials at U15, U16, U18 and its new U10 and U14 age groups from Sunday 27th April. Anyone interested should contact Annie Raby.

 

10/4/14 EASTBOURNE TOWN 0 HORSHAM 2

Two goals in the final ten minutes of tonight's clash at the Saffrons sent the points back to Horsham after a dominant display against the division's basement side. The Hornets were kept at bay by a superb display by Eastbourne goalkeeper Joe Taylor but he was finally beaten when Jamie Cade converted Ashley Robinson's cross and Gray Charman pressed home the advantage in the final minute. Full report...

9/4/14 EASTBOURNE TOWN v HORSHAM: MATCH PREVIEW

The Hornets travel to rock bottom Eastbourne Town this evening knowing they may have to improve on their poor goalscoring record if they are to avoid making it a hat-trick of home successes for the Saffrons club. Although Town have lost their last nine on the road, both Hastings United and Hythe Town have floundered on recent visits to the Sussex coast so Horsham will be delighted to have Ashley Robinson back in the squad as they look to add to the three goals scored in the last six games. Victory for the away side tonight will mean that only Redhill, of the bottom three sides, can mathematically catch us while Eastbourne will most certainly be doomed to relegation with seventeen points to make up and only six games remaining. Ryan Woodford will miss the game through work commitments, while Town will be without the suspended Billy Medlock.

8/4/14 FAMILIES IN CRISIS NEED YOUR HELP

Horsham Football Club is asking for your help to stock up the Food Bank for families in crisis in the Horsham Area. Many local families are struggling to make ends meet and are heavily reliant on the food bank to keep their heads above water and, with a good push from Horsham Football Club, we hope we can replenish stocks that are needed to help them through these difficult times. We want all supporters and players to join our board and committee members in bringing non-perishable goods to any of our first and youth team matches between now and the end of the season so please raid your cupboards and bring your donations along. Items that are particularly welcomed are tins, such as tuna, beans, tomatoes, sauces, tinned vegetables or fruit, soups or jams, and packet produce like cereals, tea, sugar, powdered milk, coffee, pasta, biscuits and squash. We will have a box at the gate to collect any of your generous donations, as we ask you to support this worthy cause. It could be your neighbour that needs our help!

6/4/14 200 CLUB WINNERS - APRIL

Our congratulations go to W Woodford for winning the £100 first prize in the April draw of the 200 Club. Pete Tanner won the second prize of £40 and B Wicks takes the £20 third prize. To find out how you could be among next month's winners, just click here

5/4/14 CORINTHIAN-CASUALS 1 HORSHAM 1

Horsham let slip a first half lead, and saw player-manager Gary Charman sent off, as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Corinthian-Casuals this afternoon. Full report...

5/4/14 HUNTS GETS READY FOR MARATHON BOW

Former Hornets stopper Michael Hunter is preparing himself for his first marathon this weekend and is looking for your help to push him closer to his fundraising target on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support. The club's current player of the year has been out of the game since leaving the Hornets in January, due to work commitments, but remains an avid follower of the club's fortunes and was quick to give his backing to current number one Mark Zawadski after a number of recent errors. More...

4/4/14 CORINTHIAN-CASUALS v HORSHAM: MATCH PREVIEW

They may only be three points clear of the relegation places but our opponents this Saturday are one of the forms sides in the division. Corinthian-Casuals' 15 year stay in the Ryman League looked to be at an end as they sat rooted to the foot of the table after a 1-1 home draw with Sittingbourne but 26 points from the last 15 games has given the Tolworth-based club a great chance of avoiding the drop so the Hornets know they will have to replicate Wednesday's fine, but ultimately unsuccessful, performance against Peacehaven if they are to realise their own aim of picking up one of two victories that Gary Charman believes will secure Division One football at Goring's Mead again next season.

3/4/14 Gary and Jamie's thoughts on Peacehaven loss

Bob Papworth caught up with Gary Charman and Jamie Cade to hear their thoughts on Wednesday night's defeat to Peacehaven and you can listen to what they had to say here. This was the last of Bob's post-match interviews this season so we would like to give our sincere thanks to him for providing us with this excellent addition to our on-line services. 

3/4/14 JOHN RICHARDSON R.I.P.

Horsham Football Club was saddened to learn of the death of John Richardson this week, aged 88, after a long illness. John, who worked at Lintott Engineering on Foundry Lane, began watching Horsham in the 1930s during which time his father Joey won a West Sussex Championship League medal with the club. He soon became a regular at Horsham matches both home and away and was always quick to voice his opinions on the game, with many managers and officials on the receiving end of one of John's 'observations'. He became a Vice President of the club in 2002 and continued to attend matches until the sale of Queen Street in 2008. Our thoughts go out to John's family as we remember a loyal and devoted servant of the club. 

2/4/14 HORSHAM 1 PEACEHAVEN & TELSCOMBE 4

Horsham produced one of their best displays of the year against the champions-in-waiting but still fell to a 4-1 home defeat thanks, in part, to a couple of errors from Mark Zawadski. Tom Lawley was the man to profit most from the Hornets' 'keeper's generosity when he scored a first half brace, with Sam Gargan and Charlie Walker doubling that advantage after the break before Michael Death scored a consolation goal. Full report...

2/4/14 HORSHAM v PEACEHAVEN & TELSCOMBE: MATCH PREVIEW

We welcome Peacehaven & Telscombe to Goring’s Mead tonight, hoping to become only the fourth side this season to record a league victory  over the reigning Sussex County League champions. More...

1/4/14 HASTINGS KICK-OFF CHANGED

In line with clubs around the country, our match against Hastings United on Saturday 12th April will kick-off at the slightly later time of 3.07pm in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster in which 96 football fans lost their lives.

1/4/14 KIDS FOR FREE RETURNS

We are delighted to announce that U16s will be admitted FREE OF CHARGE to our Ryman League match against Hastings United on Saturday 12th April. Please help us by spreading the word.

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