Worthing Women confirm an exciting double signing! Club News 8 November 2021 , 16:00 GMT Worthing FC Media Rebecca Bell and Molly Thorns, both with proven pedigree have put pen to paper as manager John Donoghue looks to strengthen the squad. Womens Full Time 1 Worthing 1 Hounslow Women's FA Cup Sunday 14th November, 2021 Match Centre After an impressive start to the season following their promotion into London and South East Regional Women’s league, John Donoghue is still keen to strengthen his squad. Rebecca Bell ‘Becs’ played for her local team Alton from the age of 11. She gained a US university scholarship and played for Texas A&M international university. On her return to England Becs played for Portsmouth Women for 4 seasons and then moved on to Chichester and Selsey, where she has been for the past 3 seasons. Rebecca Bell pictured playing for Chichester & Selsey Ladies FC. Credit: @girltinyshooter Molly played for Selseys boys u16s until she found a girls team. She played for sussex schools u19s in 2017 and became a nation college champion in 2019. She played for Chichester City ladies from aged 16 and stayed there when they were renamed to Chichester and Selsey. Molly Thorns pictured playing for Chichester & Selsey Ladies FC. Credit: @girltinyshooter “It is credit to Worthing and our support for the women’s team that the players see their progression in football can be achieved at Worthing FC Women.” Manager John Donoghue is delighted with the signings – “it’s fantastic news that two players from the national league are willing to play for Worthing this season. Both have trained and enjoyed the experience and have now committed to the club. It is credit to Worthing and our support for the women’s team that the players see their progression in football can be achieved at Worthing FC Women.” Both Becs and Molly will be available to play in this weeks first round proper FA cup draw against Hounslow who play 2 leagues above. This is a huge game for the women having never progressed this far in the Fa Cup, come down and get behind the women as they look to make history at The Crucial Environmental Stadium on Sunday 2Ko.