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This Saturday 16th December 2017 we welcome Bostik League South Division side Horsham FC to Homelands for a mid December […]
This Saturday 16th December 2017 we welcome Bostik League South Division side Horsham FC to Homelands for a mid December league fixture, 3pm kick off.
Our second meeting of this season following on from our defeat against The Hornets in The Emirates FA Cup 1st qualifying round back in September when we lost 6-0 in Lancing.
Fans will potentially see many new faces tomorrow as Jason Whitmore has introduced 4 new first team players to the squad who should be made available for the 3pm kick off. Aaron Lee-Wharton, Pat Kingwell, Brandon Williams and Matt Day all featured in the last meeting alongside many of our young U23s.
Looking at recent form, this could be an interesting fixture as both sides will be looking to improve on performances of late.
Horsham have won 1, drawn 2 and lost 3 in their last 6 games. In that time they’ve conceded in every match, a total of 11 goals, scoring 5. Last time out they lost 4-1 at home to Corinthian-Casuals.
In our last 6 games, we’ve won 1 and lost 5 scoring 9 and conceding 20. Last time out we lost 5-1 away to Lewes.
A friendly reminder to fans that tickets for our Christmas raffle will be on sale tomorrow at £1 per strip, with the draw taking place at the end of the month.
Our programme features player profile on recent hat-trick hero Max Watters, an interview with long term Nuts & Bolts fan John Davis, and a look back to our mid-December matches over the years.
Enjoy the game!
Congratulations to Barry Fuller's side!
A trip away to newly promoted side Haywards Heath this Saturday.
A second win in a week for the Ashford United 3rds
The young Nuts & Bolts fight back twice from behind to win the match versus Raynes Park Vale Under 18s.
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