MISSING midfield maestros could not prevent Horley Town from bouncing back to winning ways and sixth spot in the table at The New Defence on Saturday.
James Clarke was unavailable, while Ben Herdman was reduced to the role of spectator following a suspected cracked rib which was suffered in the previous Saturday’s hard-earned 1-1 draw at Guildford City.Read more: Clarets get controlled win despite missing midfielders
TOP scorer Ashley Nadesan is set to be unleashed on hapless rock bottom Cove when they visit The New Defence on Saturday.
Horley Town manager Anthony Jupp admitted after his seventh-placed players made hard work of earning a draw at The Spectrum last Saturday that youth product Nadesan would be set to spearhead The Clarets' assault this weekend, bidding to return to winning ways, followed by the visit of Chertsey Town next Tuesday to The New Defence for another important league game.Read more: Late goal and bad pitch deny Clarets win
Horley Town Allstars Under 9s have been nominated by the Surrey Mirror for the ‘Young Sports Team of the Year’.
We now need your votes. To vote please text 64343 with the following ‘SU SPORT 3027 followed by your name, house number and postcode’.
Votes cost £1 but the boys are worth it. Alternatively you can use the coupon in the back of the Surrey Mirror and vote by post.
Please all get behind the Horley Town Allstars and vote.
Voting closes Sunday 22nd November.
Thank you in advance for your support
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