National League South Fri 29 March Draper Tools Community Stadium
Havant & Waterlooville
  • Willson (43')
  • Pearce (11', 70')
  • Willard (52')
  • Cashman (78')
  • Chadwick (90+1')

Worthing will be looking to build upon their performance in their 2-2 draw at home to Bath City last time out. The Rebels ended a three-game losing streak and were unlucky not to take all three points from an exciting encounter live in front of the TNT Sports cameras.

Danny Cashman bagged a brace with two sumptuous strikes to help the Reds come from behind twice to earn a point.

With six pivotal matches to go, the Rebels sit sixth in the National League South, two points behind Braintree Town in third and three points above Farnborough in 8th.


The Opposition

The Hawks head into the final six matches seven points adrift of safety and are currently in 23rd place in the league table.

Despite a defeat to Weymouth last time out, the Hawks have been battling hard to maintain their sixth-tier status and were undefeated in four before losing to the Terras.

23/03 – Weymouth (A) – Lost 4-1
16/03 – Dover Athletic (A) – Drew 0-0
13/03 – Slough Town (H) – Won 2-1
09/03 – Tonbridge Angels (H) – Drew 2-2
02/03 – Hemel Hempstead Town (A) – Won 1-2
27/02 – Hampton & Richmond Borough (A) – Lost 2-0


Worn Both Shirts

Ex-Rebels striker Callum Kealy returned to the Hawks after a brief spell with Eastbourne Borough this season.

Callum Kealy celebrating scoring for Worthing during a 5-1 away win at Havant & Waterlooville.

The striker netted a hattrick for Worthing in this fixture last season as the Rebels completed a remarkable 5-1 win at the Draper Tools Community Stadium.


Previous Meetings

Worthing have won each of the last three meetings between the two sides but lost the other two competitive fixtures.

The most recent encounter was earlier this season back in November when the Rebels won 3-0 thanks to goals from Kane Wills, Ollie Pearce and Danny Cashman.


Team News

Nicky Wheeler got through a longer spell against Bath City but boss Aarran Racine says that his injury has to be managed game by game.

Racine also confirmed that Greg Leur is still injured but the rest of the squad is fit and fighting for places. Racine’s squad also received a boost this week as Tommy Williard returned to training and is looking to get back to match fitness.


Supporter Information

Check out our Travel Guide for all the information and guidance you need ahead of the trip to the Draper Tools Community Stadium tomorrow.

Travel Guide



Tickets are available to buy in advance via the link below. Alternatively, you can purchase tickets on the day via cash or card.

  • Adult – £15.00
  • Concession – £10.00
  • Student – £10.00
  • Under 16 – FREE* (*when accompanied by a full-paying adult)



How to Follow

If you can’t make the game you can follow the game via the club’s official Twitter account, or through live commentary provided by