Weston make it two in a row
WESTON climbed to seventh in Blue Square South as they kept their seventh clean sheet of the season and recorded back-to-back wins.
They controlled the first half, scoring the all-important goal. but the visitors shaded the second-half midfield action without really threatening the home goal.
Early on, Ross Stearn tested visiting keeper Joe Woolley and, soon after, forced the first of five corners.
Weston created a lot of good chances, but their finishing let them down with Stearn, Dayle Grubb and Chas Hemmings, twice, going close.
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Hornchurch's only chance of the half came on 38 minutes when Lewis Smith fired across goal.
The crucial strike came on 39 minutes when Ashley Kington freed Grubb on the left and his low cross was finished off by Brett Trowbridge at the far post.
Stearn, who was causing a lot of problems for the Hornchurch defence with his speed and trickery, limped off with a knee injury a minute before the interval, to be replaced by Kane Ingram.
Hornchurch had claims for a penalty in the 73rd minute when Leon Mckenze went down, but referee John Busby rejected their appeals.