Horsham now move 12 points clear at the top of the league and although there are still a few matches to go they have a very realistic chance of gaining promotion at the end of the season.
Although playing in very difficult and slippery conditions after a long Christmas break the players all contributed to some entertaining rugby.
The scoreline suggests a very one sided affair but in practice the main difference was some very strong and elusive running from the Horsham backs.
And with a very strong bench the result was never in doubt after the first quarter.
In other areas of the game it was a closely fought match played in a good spirit.
Credit to all the players, particularly Shoreham, for never giving up and to the Grounds Manager, Kim Platfoot for getting a pitch in readiness after what has been a torrid few weeks of bad weather.