6 June 2017
Horsham and District Soccer Club win fourth contest in a row
The side came away 7-0 winners and should have been more.
Horsham was short several players and brought up young-guns James Jewson, Aziz Demirkale and Mirza Demirkale.
All three played an important role in the contest with Aziz playing a majority of the contest in centre back.
In the opening half the side scored four with a hat-trick by Jake Hinton and one goal by Toby Riddell-Both.
The home side had a large amount of possessions and it controlled the tempo and outcome of the game. Hinton scored his fourth, four minutes after the second half started.
Jewson, a young 17 year-old scored his first senior goal of his career. Riddell-Both secured his brace with two minutes remaining.
The win against Maryborough marks a seventh win for Horsham and it now sits in second position, three points behind ladder-leaders Sebastopol.
Central defender James Hibberd was named best on field for Horsham working hard to collect a clean sheet and galvanising his side.
Box-to-box midfielder Reuben Macchia was named second best after yet another tireless effort in midfield, running all day and not putting a step wrong. Hinton was third with a clinical display up front.
HORSHAM and District Soccer Club came away with a dominant win against Maryborough on Sunday.