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Romford striker Hornsley departs for Hullbridge Sports

PUBLISHED: 13:00 06 February 2018 | UPDATED: 13:07 06 February 2018

Romford striker Luke Hornsley goes close after beating Jay Porter to a header (Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

Romford striker Luke Hornsley goes close after beating Jay Porter to a header (Pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Romford striker Luke Hornsley has left the club to join Essex Senior League outfit Hullbridge Sports.

Hornsley played three matches for Romford since joining at the end of last month after being released by Essex Senior League side Basildon United.

He failed to find the net for Boro and was part of a torrid time that saw the club lose 2-0 to Canvey Island, 6-0 to Hornchurch and 5-1 to Aveley on Saturday.

The attacker has started the campaign at Bostik North side Tilbury, where he made 15 apperances finding the net five times, before joining the Bees and he will now be moving onto his fourth club.

Hullbridge manager Darren Manning told Hullbridgesportsfc.co.uk: “I see bringing Luke back to a club where he arguably had so much success as a fantastic move for us and I am very pleased to be working with Luke again.

“We are playing some good football, but we just need to support our front players and be a bit more clinical in front of goal.”

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