Preview: Brightlingsea Regent vs Worthing, 11/12/21

Worthing Football Club continue their Pitching In Isthmian Premier League season with a long trip to Essex to face Brightlingsea Regent at the Taydall Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

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Isthmian Premier Division Saturday 11th December, 2021

The fixture comes after Worthing drew only their second league game of the campaign on Tuesday evening, playing out a 2-2 stalemate away to Haringey Borough:

The Reds found themselves a goal behind at the break to a Luca Cocoracchio own goal, before two goals in as many minutes through Marvin Armstrong and Joel Colbran put them 2-1 up early in the second period.

Two minutes later, Georgios Aresti equalised for Haringey to share the spoils with Worthing extending their lead at the top by another point to six, and boss Adam Hinshelwood reflected positively on the Cray and Haringey tests:

“Four points from six adds up to a good week and keeps us going in the right direction.”

Meanwhile, hosts Brightlingsea Regent have had a poor season so far, with only four wins on the board placed 21st.

However, they beat bottom-placed Leatherhead 2-0 last weekend to earn them their first league victory since the end of September.

Recent meetings

The two sides last met in January of the expunged season of 2019-20, with Worthing running out comfortable winners with a 3-0 victory in Essex thanks to a brace from Ollie Pearce and a goal from Alex Parsons.

Supporter information

Brightlingsea Regent to hold foodbank collection v Worthing on Saturday.

“Brightlingsea Regent are asking all home fans, and visiting fans, if they wouldn’t mind- to bring items of food for donation to the local foodbank to Saturday’s match against Worthing.”

The club state:

“Brightlingsea Regent FC don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we want to help provide emergency food and support to local people who are referred to the foodbank in times of crisis. Over a third of those that Foodbanks help are children. Colchester Foodbank are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.

“If you could bring any of the following, making sure that any use by dates are at least two months away, they’d be extremely grateful.”

  • Tinned ham or corned beef
  • Tinned salmon
  • Box of sweet or savoury biscuits
  • Tinned fruit
  • Advent Calendar
  • Box of Shortbread,
  • Mince pies
  • Small box of assorted sweets
  • Children’s selection box
  • Ready-made custard/ puddings
  • Small fancy cakes or Yule log
  • Snacks, crisps or nibbles
  • Chocolate spread
  • Instant hot chocolate
  • Long life milk
  • Long life fruit juice
  • Tinned fruit
  • Tinned fish
  • Tinned macaroni/ravioli
  • Tinned vegetables
  • Tinned custard/rice pudding
  • Crisps
  • Multi pack biscuits – Kit Kat Club
  • Shampoo, razors, shower gel,
  • Male and female deodorant, shaving gel/foam
  • Small packs of washing powder/gel/tabs
  • Nappies size 5,6,7

No home made items, and no alcohol please.

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets can be purchased on the gate or via Brightlingsea’s website.

Admission Prices

Adults – £12

Concession (senior citizens & students) – £7

Age 12 – 18 – £4

Under 12 – £1