Kealy’s back for good Club News 10 June 2022 , 14:41 BST Worthing FC Media Following a successful loan spell Callum Kealy has agreed terms to return to the club on a permanent deal The striker made a big impact after joining on a short term deal from Dorking Wanderers in December last year. He boosted boss Adam Hinshelwood’s attacking options hitting 13 goals in 27 appearances in the second half of the season contributing to the Rebels securing the Isthmian League Premier Division title. Callum Kealy celebrates a goal against Haringey Borough Kealy originally joined the Rebels in the summer of 2018, scoring on his league debut in the opening day win over Wingate & Finchley. He went on to net 10 times during 2018/19 before joining Sutton United in January 2020, helping the Ambers to promotion from the National League. A move to Meadowbank followed but with opportunities limited his return to Woodside Road was confirmed. The Sydney-born front man will form part of a new look attack next season following the arrivals of Jake Robinson and Lewis White, along with the news Dajon Golding will be not be returning.