The Ryman Football League
Published 3rd June 2012
.....with the arrival of former Lewes number one Stuart Robinson.
The highly-regarded 24-year-old, who played Conference National football for Grays Athletic in 2009, has also appeared for Altrincham, Dulwich Hamlet, Fisher Athletic and Farnborough and is an excellent and welcome addition to the Hornets squad.
Colbran said: "Stuart’s had a number of clubs after him but he knows what we’re trying to achieve at Horsham and has decided to join us, which is fantastic news. He’s 6’8” and has played at a very strong level and, with Michael Hunter agreeing to stay at the club as well it means that we have two great options in goal."
However, club captain and supporters` player of the year Callum Dunne has left the club by mutual consent after failing to commit himself for next season.
"Callum is young and wants to play at a higher level so he's hoping to speak to clubs in the Premier Division," added Colbran. "I wish him well because he's a decent lad but I can't afford to wait for players to make a decision. I've already been contacted by two players who play in his position and don't want to risk missing out on them because a player is waiting for a phone call."
Dunne made forty-six appearances for the Hornets last season, skippering the side to victory in the Brighton Charity Cup Final.