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Courageous Clarke Covers For Covolan As Reds Ease Through

With their penchant for never doing things the easy way, Worthing were thankful for the goalkeeping heroics of Joe Clarke, as he kept the hosts at bay after regular custodian, Lucas Covolan suffered a broken arm, with fifteen minutes to go.

Match Report6 years ago
Out Of The Dripping Pan, Into The Fire, As Reds Edge Thriller

Joe Clarke’s stoppage time winner mean’t agony for Lewes but ecstasy for Worthing, as the visitors stunned their East Sussex hosts, to move back up to second in the league.

Match Report6 years ago
Zack’s Back But Kealy’s The Hero

The (temporary) return of “ Boomerang Zack “ was overshadowed by a missed penalty, two red cards and a late winner from supersub, Callum Kealy.

Match Report6 years ago
‘Owzat ! Worthing Victorious At Melbourne

While the crowd may have been a tad under 100,000 and the weather not quite matching it’s Australian counterpart, the travelling “ Barmy Army “ from the South Coast were still in a party mood after upsetting the odds against their...

Match Report6 years ago
Homework To Do For Reds After Scholars’ Draw

Worthing lost their 100% away record but still remain unbeaten on the road this season and are back in second place, after a late Joel Colbran equaliser rescued a point at Potters Bar Town.

Match Report6 years ago
Tinker Taylor’s Margate’s Guy

Worthing’s unbeaten start to the season was ended by fellow Seasiders, Margate as a red card and missed penalty proved costly.

Match Report6 years ago
Drinks on Worthing At Shepherd Neame

The Reds started their “March To The Arch” by defeating old foes, Faversham Town in an FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round tie down Salters Lane.

Match Report6 years ago
Reds Reign On White Hart Lane

Worthing made it four wins out of five as they moved back up to second in The Bostik Premier, with a workmanlike victory at Haringey Borough.

Match Report6 years ago
Hinsh’s Heroes Held By Hillians

Worthing’s 100% start to the season came to an abrupt halt on Bank Holiday Monday, as Burgess Hill Town not so much parked the bus, they arrived in a coach towing a caravan, followed by a fleet of taxis.

Match Report6 years ago
Hawks’ Wings Clipped As Reds Soar To Summit

Worthing made it three from three as they returned to the top of The Bostik Premier after a hard-fought win over a spirited Harlow Town, at The McCullochs Arena.

Match Report6 years ago

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