Worthing beat Three Bridges but are held at Littlehampton as pre-season preparations continue

Action from Worthing's friendly at Littlehampton. Picture by Stephen Goodger
Action from Worthing's friendly at Littlehampton. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Worthing continued their preparations for the new season with two friendlies in as many days over the weekend.

Adam Hinshelwood's men were held to a 2-2 draw at SCFL Division 1 outfit Littlehampton Town on Friday.

But a friendly victory at BetVictor League South East side Three Bridges came the following day, with Worthing recording a 4-2 win.

Littlehampton were twice ahead in the meeting between the teams at the Sportsfield on Friday.

Lucas Pattenden's first-half strike and Callum Litterick's effort after the restart gave Golds the advantage but Worthing struck back on both occasions to secure a 2-2 draw.

A Lloyd Dawes penalty and Jesse Starkey's goal also saw Hinshelwood's troops came from behind twice in the opening 45 minutes at Three Bridges.

Marvin Armstrong did his hopes of earning a deal at the club no harm with a superb solo effort to put the visitors ahead for the first time after the break.

Another trialist then made sure of the victory with a late strike as Worthing won it 4-2.

Eastbourne United are at Woodside Road for a friendly tomorrow (7.45pm).

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