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Womens football sussex cup 2On Friday 4th May Worthing College played BHASVIC in the women’s U19 Sussex Cup Final looking to retain the title for an 11th year in a row. After beating Newman in the semi final the girls knew they would have a tough battle against a talented BHASVIC side.

The match started off evenly and was end to end exciting play. Worthing created quite a few chances but could not convert and went into the half time break 0-0.

In the second half the girls stepped up the intensity creating more chances and finally Millie Carter scored for Worthing College to the delight of the team and their supporters. The girls continued to press for a second goal but it was not forthcoming on this occasion.

The final score was 1-0 to Worthing, a close final and a great result for the girls who retain the Sussex Cup for another year.

millie carter momPlayer of the match – Millie Carter with captain Sara Tubby.


The Worthing College netball teams travelled to Basingstoke for their final event of the season. Today was the Hampshire Versatility Tournament which was great fun.

The first team started off with a win against Barton Peveril showing how versatile the girls were with some great shooting from Iona and Charlotte in particular. The 2nd team had a tough opener against Peter Symonds and then also lost to a strong Itchen team.

The first team had a very close match v Itchen College which had some very interesting shooting combinations! The team battled hard but lost the match by 1 goal. The second team had a convincing win against St Vincents followed up with another against Alton.

The final first team match was against Peter Symonds which was a great game. Cally was shooting well and Iona intercepting numerous balls in defence to increase the lead for Worthing. The girls continued to dominate and won the match 16-10. Meanwhile the 2nd team won their final match easily against Bay House.

The 2nd team finished 3rd in their Competition, a good result for the team. The 1st team Competition was decided on goal difference as Worthing, Itchen and Peter Symonds had all lost one match. Luckily for us Worthing easily had the best goal difference, Itchen 2nd and Peter Symonds 3rd.

Another win for the girls to add to their collection, what a season they have had.