National League South Sat 6 April Huish Park Stadium
  • Fisher (84')
  • Pearce (15', 90+7')
  • Dolaghan (45')

The Rebels rounded off a perfect Easter weekend on Monday, defeating fellow play-off contenders Hampton & Richmond Borough at the Sussex Transport Community Stadium.

19-year-old Brad Dolaghan bagged a brace in the Rebels’ 2-0 win over the Beavers – just his second and third goals for the club.

With four games to go, Worthing are firmly in the battle for third place, currently sitting 5th, just two points behind Braintree Town who occupy that all-important 3rd position.

Keeping tabs on the battle for third, elsewhere, Braintree make the trip to Weston-super-Mare, while 4th-placed Maidstone United face an in-form Farnborough side on their travels.


The Opposition

Yeovil Town could clinch the title this weekend, should they win and Chelmsford City lose to Slough Town.

Despite a recent blip where the Glovers dropped ten points in four games in March, they have seemingly found their form once more with back-to-back wins over Braintree Town and Torquay United.

Their recent fixture at Weymouth was abandoned after 75 minutes at Weymouth due to a medical incident. Thankfully, the club confirmed that the fan who was taken ill was released from Dorchester Hospital earlier this week. The club also confirmed that bucket collections will take place at tomorrow’s match to help raise money for Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance.

29/03 – Torquay United (H) – Won 3-0
23/03 – Braintree Town (A) – Won 0-1
16/03 – Slough Town (A) – Drew 0-0
12/03 – Chippenham Town (H) – Lost 1-3
09/03 – Welling United (H) – Lost 0-1
04/03 – Aveley (A) – Drew 0-0


Previous Meetings

In the reverse fixture this season, Yeovil Town won the encounter with an injury-time winner from Morgan Williams.

In total Worthing have played Yeovil eight times, winning one and drawing one; we have scored 11 goals and conceded 29.

Worthing’s only win in the fixture came on Boxing Day in 1995. Although the pitch was frozen, Yeovil’s manager, Graham Roberts, agreed to play but soon regretted it, as the Rebels won 3-2 with two goals from Steve Poulton and one from Sandy Brown.


Team News

Aarran Racine confirmed that Nicky Wheeler remains a doubt for the trip to Huish Park as he nurses an ankle injury that he sustained in the away match at Havant & Waterlooville.

The boss also admitted that captain Joel Colbran and midfielder Jack Wadham are carrying knocks but the pair should both be fit to play tomorrow afternoon.

Kane Wills and Finlay Chadwick both missed the Easter Monday clash against Hampton & Richmond with illness, but the duo have recovered and are available for selection for the trip to Huish Park.

Supporter Information

Check out our Travel Guide for all the information you need ahead of the trip to Huish Park tomorrow afternoon.

Travel Guide



Please note that home and away supporters will be segregated for this fixture. Worthing supporters have been allocated blocks PP, P and half of block N which are colour-coded in red in the interactive stadium map on Yeovil’s ticketing website.

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

  • Adult – £14.00
  • 65+ – £12.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • U21 – £10.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • Armed forces – £12.00 (ID required at turnstile)
  • Under 16 – £5.00 (Age ID required at turnstile)
  • Under 12 – £3.00 (must be 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