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HORSHAM

- Albie Adridge
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Jacob Waller

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Connor Cushing

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Harry Garman

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Ben Collier

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Stanley Rice

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Harry Smith

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Alex Parsons

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George Hole

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Jake Legrange

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Tom Killner-Brown

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Subs

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Zak Comber

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Ollie Clarke

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Greig Gander (unused)

Goalscorers

HORSHAM:
Legrange, Killner-Brown (3)

MAN OF THE MATCH:
Jake Legrange

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SEAGULLS 2 HORSHAM 5

Sunday 16th October 2011

Sussex County Cup Second Round

The first round of the County cup saw Horsham drawn away to Seagulls FC. Horsham started brightly, enjoying the majority of possession but with Seagulls initially closing down play well. But it was in the 5th minute, following a delightful cross from George Hole on the left, that saw Jake Legrange rise unopposed in the area to head past the Seagulls 'keeper. The second Horsham goal was scored by Tom Killner-Brown following some neat play and pressure by Horsham. From this stage it looked as though Horsham were going to dominate but Seagulls pushed forward and, when the Horsham defence failed to clear the ball, the Seagull forward was allowed to play the ball over the advancing goalkeeper Aldridge and into the Horsham net.

H/T Seagulls 1 Horsham 2

Second half saw some changes with Comber going into midfield in place of Smith and Clarke in defence for Waller. But after some sustained pressure Legrange made an opening in the penalty area and unselfishly laid off an easy chance for Killner-Brown to take his second. Again Seagulls did not give up and, following a fine shot which brought out a save from Aldridge, the clearance fell to a Seagulls forward who was not closed down quickly enough and he picked his spot making it 3 - 2.

Horsham then began to raise the tempo of the game and again had majority of the possession and pressure and when Legrange was fouled in the area on 70 minutes, Killner-Brown stepped up confidently to score his third from the spot. Just two minutes later, the best move of the match saw Horsham work the ball from back to front involving Garman, Collier and Rice before a low driven cross into the Seagulls area which a home defender slid to clear but unfortunately put past his stranded 'keeper.
 

 

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