Totally agree. First half all Worthing did was short passes around their own box before launching it upfield for the runners. Much better second half and deserved the win. Was also good to see some full bodied tackles without complaints.Worthing awful first half and were lucky to be just 1 down. Much better second half. Great cross for Rodari to head the equaliser in second half. Then a well taken pen from Ollie Pearce put Worthing ahead and then 3-1 when a long range effort from Kane Wills found its way into the H&W net. H&W pulled one back on almost 90 mins but Worthing held on for a 3-2 win.
H&W players constantly in the ref’s ear second half and I saw a red card waved after the final whistle … I assume for something said!!
At HT Worthing had dropped to around 11th in the league … but finished the day in 6th. It’s very tight for a play off spot!
Although, the Canvey away game could be one hell of a six pointer.Lewes 2-1 against Potters Bar. Two nice goals for Lewes, from Champion and Taylor. I thought Potters Bar had some good chances, but Lewes looked much better overall.
Although it's a shame the playoffs seems to be slipping away, if it means another season at this level playing the standard of football they're playing, it will be another enjoyable season next year at the Dripping Pan.
Yeah, unfortunately though Canvey are 8 points ahead with 5 games to go. They'd need to lose and draw in the other 4 games, while Lewes win both, and then Lewes would need to beat them. I just can't see it happening to be honest.Although, the Canvey away game could be one hell of a six pointer.
I don’t think I would bother watching Saltdean if I lived there, one of my lads played there when he was a kid. I can’t say I was impressed with their ground and the dirt track going to it.Seen them a couple of times...a bit meh if I'm honest...
I'm at Saltdean at the moment and can't really get enthused about the team here...
Looking forward to watching Newhaven at home with the ferry coming in
I was there too. I understand it was their biggest ever league attendance. Shows what a 'bargain' price ticket does to raise the attendance. Quite a different type of game more kick rush and end to end less build up play and square passes and plenty passes going astray. I thought Rochdale looked hopeless second half and looked at table later - I think they have a foot in non-league already!Whilst not non league, it may as well have been
Took advantage of Crawley charging £2 for the bottom of the league match with Rochdale
Joel Lynch was one of Crawleys better players