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Another Former Favourite Returns

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Horsham supporters gathered at Worthing United’s Robert Albon Memorial Ground last week expecting to welcome Lee Carney back to the Ryman League Division One South club.

But a no less familiar face appeared in the Horsham line-up for the opening friendly of the summer.

With Carney absent through injury, it was the appearance of former Hornets midfielder Scott Harris who provided much of the pre-match talking point.

The ex-Portsmouth reserve team captain agreed to a third spell with the Hornets and will be hoping to make the kind of impact he enjoyed during his previous spell as a Hornet in which he racked up ninety-nine appearances before making the switch to Redhill in 2014.

Although family and business commitments led Harris to miss all of last season, the 30-year-old wasted little time in making his presence felt by scoring the fourth of Horsham`s eight goals against Worthing United and, after the match, both he and Alex Duncan, who helped Horsham to win the Southern Combination League title last season, put pen-to-paper to agree terms for the forthcoming season.

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