A cold and wet afternoon was brightened up by another fine win, accompanied by a cacophony of cheering, courtesy of the Worthing Divas mascots.
Lewes Football Club have withdrawn from this season's Sussex Senior Challenge Cup meaning the Rebels receive a bye to the third round.
An update on tomorrow evening's Sussex Senior Challenge Cup second round.
Worthing begin their Sussex Senior Cup campaign as they travel to The Dripping Pan to take on Isthmian League Premier Division side Lewes FC in the Second Round.
Our Sussex Senior Cup second round tie with Lewes will take place on Tuesday 15th November.
Worthing extended their lead at the top of the table to ten points after edging a closely-fought derby at a packed-out Dripping Pan.
Match action from our 1-2 win against Lewes in the Isthmian Premier Division.
WorthingFCTV caught up with Adam Hinshelwood following a 2-1 win against Lewes at The Dripping Pan.
The Rebels earn a massive three points away at Lewes, courtesy of goals from Callum Kealy and Jesse Starkey, either side of an Aaran Racine own goal for Lewes.
Worthing supporters can now purchase tickets for Saturday's huge clash with Sussex rivals Lewes at the Dripping Pan.