Worthing controlled the first half with a dominant display, and were unfortunate not to take the lead earlier on in the game; creating an abundance of chances.
The left flank was where the majority of The Rebel’s joy was coming from. In the 39th minute, Worthing would take the lead through Jasper Pattenden. Pattenden rounded off a neat move from the left flank, as he placed the ball home with his weak foot – just out of the grasp of an unfortunate Mitch Bromage.
The Mackerel Men carried their first half dominance into the second half. Just 7’ minutes into the half, Reece Meekums doubled Worthing’s lead with a composed finish beyond Bromage.
Worthing’s third personified the confidence flowing through the side. Davide Rodari was the goalscorer, as he fired home from the edge of the box.
With momentum flowing through the side, The Rebels sensed a chance to make it four. Ollie Pearce off the bench, picked out his strike partner Callum Kealy who slid in to extend Worthing’s advantage.
In the 79th minute, Hinshelwood’s men made it five. Reece Meekums was on call to finish beyond a deflated Bromage, as he snatched his second of the game, to conclude a fine evening for The Rebels.