After a long, hard season Worthing can finally call themselves “Champions” as they completed a league and cup double with a tense victory over AFC Acorns
Worthing brushed aside Millwall - at the second time of asking - to set up a title decider at home to AFC Acorns on Wednesday.
A decisive double from Sammy Quayle, sandwiching a twenty-sixth of the season for leading scorer Chloe Winchester, saw Worthing to victory in a closely-fought local Derby with Saltdean.
Worthing made it an aggregate score of 19-1 over the course of four games, courtesy of a six-nil win at The Crucial Environmental Stadium, to close the gap on leaders Ebbsfleet United.
Debutant Will Tillman made the winning save as Worthing triumphed in the penalty shootout against Bognor Regis Town in the Sussex Senior Challenge Cup Final.
Fresh from winning the League Cup against Dartford last week, Worthing returned to The Crucial Environmental Stadium in their quest for promotion.
Worthing were knocked out of the Play-Offs at the hands of Oxford City after a 2-0 defeat at the RAW Charging Stadium.
Worthing earned a spot in the Play-Off Semi-Final as they beat Braintree Town 2-1 in front of a 2,600-strong crowd at The Crucial Environmental Stadium.
Worthing beat holders Dartford to lift the League Cup at The VBS Community Stadium.