HORNETS manager Simon Colbran declared his side could have the beating of anyone in the Ryman League, if they cut out the mistakes.
Already relegated Horsham were unstuck by two set pieces on Saturday, but boss Colbran was impressed by what he saw going forward. A headed goal from Margate defender Dean Hill put the hosts in front on the half hour, and Tom Bradbrook doubled the advantage in the second half. Although Kery Kedze gave the Hornets hope with an immediate reply, the Hornets were left clinging on to avoid a heavier loss, as keeper Michael Hunter’s string of saves and wayward finishing ensured it remained 2-1.
And Colbran called on his troops to reduce the errors. “I thought we did enough to get a draw out of it,” he said.
“I thought we played well, it was again down to the mistakes that we need to get rid of. We keep telling them but the players have got to learn from it, that’s the difference at the moment.
“We have to cut the mistakes, if we can do that we can beat anyone in this league.”