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Barking will be looking to bounce back after a miserable start to 2018 in the Bostik North as they face Hornchurch.

In an article from our ‘Year in Sport’ pull-out, we look ahead to why Jimmy McFarlane and Paul Martin could both be smiling come the end of the season

Happy away-day double for Hornchurch

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

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The latest news from the Hornchurch Supporters’ Association

Hornchurch stretched their lead at the top of the Bostik North table to seven points with a slender victory over 10-man Maldon at Bridge Avenue.

Hornchurch manager Jim McFarlane marked his 460th game in charge with a 1-0 victory against AFC Sudbury.

Jimmy McFarlane celebrated his record-breaking 460th match in charge of Hornchurch with a slender win at Bridge Avenue.

Urchins won 6-0 at Hall on Tuesday, with Leon McKenzie netting a hat-trick for the Bridge Avenue side

Hornchurch hail milestone men

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

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Bostik North: Mildenhall Town 0 Hornchurch 6

Hornchurch boss Jim McFarlane is delighted with his side’s recent form as they roared to three consecutive wins and clean sheets.

Hornchurch moved up to second in the Bostik North table with a hard-fought win at a wet Bridge Avenue.

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Velocity Trophy second round: Romford 2 Hornchurch 1

Bostik North: AFC Hornchurch 0 Dereham Town 1

Substitute Ross Wall earned Hornchurch an FA Trophy replay with a 75th-minute equaliser at Princes Park.

Hornchurch lost their 100 per cent record in the league but remain unbeaten after a hard-fought draw with Grays at Bridge Avenue.

Boro boss Paul Martin hails former captain ahead of exit and wishes him good luck for the future

FA Cup: Hereford 2 Hornchurch 0

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Hornchurch saw their FA Cup run and 100 per cent record this season come to an end after conceding two goals in quick succession at Edgar Street.

Hornchurch continue to set the Bostik North alight after cruising to their seventh straight league victory with a 2-0 win at Norwich United, writes Jacob Ranson.

Happy away-day for Hornchurch

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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Bostik North: Norwich United 0 Hornchurch 2

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Hornchurch recorded their seventh straight league win of the season, and 11 in total, to ensure a happy trip back from Norfolk.

Velocity Trophy: Hornchurch 5 Aveley 1

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Five-star Hornchurch eased into the next round of the Bostik League’s Velocity Trophy with a comfortable win at Bridge Avenue last night.

FA Cup: Hertford Town 1 Hornchurch 2

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Hornchurch made it nine wins in a row as they booked their place in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup with a hard-fought win over their Bostik North rivals.

Bostik North: Maldon 1 Hornchurch 2

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Hornchurch were made to work hard for their eighth successive victory of the season at a ground where last season they put on their worst display of the season. They made no mistake this time, although they had to hang on towards the end as the home side staged a strong come-back in an effort to grab an equaliser.

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