2 February 2018
Horsham vs Greenwich Borough: MATCH PREVIEW
Horsham aim to stop Cannons from firing
Second half goals from Chinedu McKenzie and Jack Barham, from the penalty spot, fired Greenwich Borough to a fourth successive victory, and their eighth in their last nine, as the South Londoners avenged their 2-0 reverse to the Hornets in November to keep alive their promotion and championship aspirations at a damp and cold Culver Road.
Tony Nwachukwu, Lewis Hyde and Toby House all had chances to score for Horsham in the opening forty-five minutes, with the impressive Nassim Dukali, Chinedu McKenzie and Kaka Dembele doing likewise for the visitors, but it was McKenzie who broke the deadlock inside four minutes of the second half when he converted a Jack Barham cross. Barham himself made it two when he converted from the spot after being brought down by Scott Kirkwood, just after the hour mark, and although both sides threatened to further change the scoring, the match ended 2-0 to leave the Hornets in eleventh and Greenwich in fourth in the Bostik South Division.
A full report on the afternoon’s events can be found at the Match Centre, along with photos by John Lines