The U11s continued their 100% start against Barnham Trojans in their first home game of the season.
Horsham started off with most of the possession in the first half yet found themselves falling behind early on when the away team scored after only 7 minutes.
With constant pressure from the Horsham players, all linking up very well with shot after shot, Charlie Little equalised after 19 minutes, and he put The Hornets in front when he found the back of the net again with the last kick of the half.
Shortly after the restart Alfie Russel found the net after some patient possession as Horsham took control, while Will Kealing who troubled the defence with his pace, was brought down in the area and Harry Long was more than happy to convert the resulting penalty.
Tom Wythers playing on the shoulder of the last man converted goals five and six from a very high line against the Barnham defence. Shortly after, Wythers was through on goal again unfortunately to be fouled and the striker stepped up to complete his hat-trick.
A short flurry of shots from the opposition towards the end of the game were kept out including a brave double save from goalkeeper Zac Robinson.
Next week the team travel to the South Coast in the Emerald Cup.