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- Tom Auston

Glenn Johnson


Jordon Walser


Aaron Pyzer


Jared Ashmole


Adam Ruz


Will Kerr


Andrew Roberts


Oliver East


Alex Moore


Callum Nash


Used subs

  Jack Norris

Ross Williams


Sean Geddes


HORSHAM: Kerr (3), Moore

Man of the Match: Will Kerr


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HORSHAM 4 Summerley Park Rangers 0

Sunday 19th February 2012

Arun & Chichester League

A Will Kerr hat-trick secured all three points and a valuable league win for the Young Hornets at home to Summerley Park Rangers on Sunday morning.

Horsham started well, Jordan Walser’s pass releasing Oliver East down the left and his fizzing cross evading everyone in the box. Andrew Roberts then turned brilliantly in the area but dragged his left footed shot just wide before more pressure from the home side saw Callum Nash sent through on goal, only for the visitors’ ‘keeper to save low to his left. East again caused havoc down the left and fired over another delicious cross, but again there was no end product.

The breakthrough eventually came on sixteen minutes when Roberts cut in from the right and his left foot shot was parried by the away stopper but Kerr was on hand to stab home the rebound. Summerley offered little in the way of chances on goal and their frustrations started to boil over with some untidy challenges eventually leading to two Rangers players being booked. The home side continued to look for that second goal and went close when a Nash free-kick was whipped onto the bar.

And they were rewarded again, three minutes from the break, when a Roberts corner was only half palmed away by the ‘keeper and Kerr was again on hand to side foot home from six yards out.

H/T Horsham 2 Summerley Park Rangers 0

Horsham got off to the perfect start in the second half with yet another free-kick being conceded by the visitors and Nash’s perfect delivery was headed home by the hardworking Alex Moore. And the result was all but over a minute later when the ball fell kindly for Kerr, twenty five yards out, and he smashed home an unstoppable shot into the top left hand corner to complete his hat-trick.

The Young Hornets then made changes, which allowed Summerley to have a little more possession from which they created one or two opportunities of their own, the best of which was a disallowed goal that looked a little harsh as the last touch was an attempted clearance, but it was ruled out for offside.

Tempers frayed again after this and the referee spoke to both captains to try and calm things down. Two further shots from Rangers midfielders were comfortably dealt with by home stopper Tom Auston, before the game then petered out with neither side creating any further clear cut chances.

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