What a great weekend for The Clarets - both the senior teams and the juniors!
First team won away at Farnham Town 1-4 with Ashley Nadesan scoring all four. The Chairman's wife is going mad with the smell of Ash's boots in the house, as Mark has to clean them if Ash scores a hat-trick.
The Reserves beat Croydon 2-1 at home on Thursday and are ticking along very nicely.
Unfortunately the Youth Team game at home to The Tanners on Wednesday had to be postponed due to the torrential rain flooding the pitch.
And the Junior section did fabulously well.Read more: Weekend round-up 19th-20th September 2015
We are delighted to be able to announce that Shoreham FC have decided to match Juppy's pledge. So whoever wins the game, at least £500 will be donated to fund.
We will be making our donation through the fund setup by Worthing United FC and we urge other clubs and individuals to do the same.
Following the appalling Shoreham Airshow Tragedy last weekend, and with Horley due to travel to Shoreham FC for an FA Cup Preliminary Round tie this Saturday, Town's 1st Team Manager, Anthony Jupp, has made a very generous proposal.
He has said that if Horley win this weekend, they will donate £500 from their winnings to a fund in memory of the two Worthing Utd footballers killed in the tragedy.Read more: Juppy proposes Worthing Utd players memorial fund (UPDATED)
The First Team play in the Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division.
They are managed by Anthony Jupp, with Chris Weller, Matt Chapman Alan Rogers and Gail Selby in his support team.
The Combined Counties League Premier Division is at Step 5 of the National League System, with promotion to the Isthmian League available to the winners. The team also compete in the FA Cup and the FA Vase.Read more: The Horley Town 1st Team
The first team got off to a great start on their 2015-2016 campaign, with a 0-5 away win at last season's runners-up Camberley Town FC. After a pre-season where the team were scoring freely, Town continued the trend at Camberly. Ryan Brackpool finished a James Clarke freekick just before the break to give Town a deserved 0-1 lead at halftime.Read more: Great start to the season as Horley hit 5 away to Camberley