Horsham U15 Amber take on Hassocks Juniors tomorrow in a Mid-Sussex League Cup tie that has been switched to the Camping World Community Stadium after Hassocks’ pitch was declared unplayable following today’s downpour. At stake is a place in the quarter-finals and the Hornets should be overwhelming favourites to take their place in the last eight, given that Hassocks play in a division below Tony Massimo’s side, but the junior Robins will carry a goal threat, having scored fifteen goals in their four matches so far this season. The match kicks off on the main pitch at 10am.
Our U16s are already through to the quarters in their age group, after tomorrow’s opponents Montpellier Villa forfeited the match when unable to raise a side. In their place, the Hornets will host an interesting friendly against Roffey U18s as a further test of their development. This one is a midday kick-off while, on the Jack Scrase Memorial pitch, the U11s have a 10am ko versus Barnham Trojans in a friendly fixture.
Away from home, the U12s travel to Worthing Strikers knowing that victory would take them above their third-placed hosts in the Arun & Chichester League table, and table-topping U15 Green will be looking to make it six wins from six when they visit seventh-placed Worthing Town.