Horley’s first pair of Matthew Girling and Oscar Hofmann made 27 from their four overs without losing a wicket then Oscar Davies and debutant Joseph Leaver continued to attack, but lost a couple of wickets in the process.
Khyan Patel and Sammy Bloch faced some tricky bowling but settled nicely and Patel hit a glorious cover drive for four.
After Artie Hoskins and Alex Jay moved the score along further, the final pair of skipper Sam Terry and Henry Grimwood came in with the score on 292 and Grimwood top-scored with 11 to set a total of 311.
Horley forced a run-out in the first over of Limpsfield’s reply, then Leaver took his first wicket and Terry grabbed two in his first hostile over.
Both Jay and Davies picked up a wicket following good pressure from Girling and Patel, then Hofmann bowled another batter.
Limpsfield tried to dig in but conceded another run-out and Horley closed out the game in style with Leaver taking his second wicket, the second of two catches by wicketkeeper Hoskins.
The home side won by a whopping 87 runs, with Patel being named Player of the Match.