Corinthian-Casuals returned to winning ways on Tuesday with a fine 4-1 win at Horsham in the Bostik League South.

Casuals got off to a flying start with three goals in the opening 20 minutes in a match played at Horsham’s temporary home at Lancing FC.

Reyon Dillon started the blitz with the opening goal on five minutes. His weak shot was poorly handled by goalkeeper Brannon Daly and proved enough to give the visitors the advantage.

Gabriel Odunaike put Casuals further ahead in the 14th minute by prodding the ball home from close range against his former side.

Five minutes later Max Oldham made it 3-0 to Casuals when he netted from close range. Hamilton Antonio got Casuals fourth after picking the pocket of a defender and finishing smartly.

The only highlight for the majority of the crowd of 135 was a consolation goal for Horsham by Toby House in the 88th minute.

The win puts James Bracken’s side in second place in the Bostik South, just three points behind leaders Lewes who lost at Carshalton Athletic on Monday night.

Last Saturday Casuals earned a point from a 1-1 draw at Thamesmead Town thanks to a goal in the 81st minute from Omari Delgado-Hibbert.

Thamesmead took the lead in the 70th minute through Danny Parish in a match played at Dartford FC’s Princes Park base. The Kent side had Jake McIntyre sent off in the final minute.

This Saturday, Casuals host 20th-placed VCD Athletic. Kick-off 3pm.