If anyone wanted to see what non-league football was all about then they should have been at Wheatsheaf Park last night when Swans hosted a fast improving Worthing side.
The visitors arrived on the back of a superb victory over the, then, league leaders Billericay Town and despite some fast controlled football from the Swans worked themselves into the game. Swans were unlucky on several occasions and what turned out to be a highly entertaining first half with one side then the other forcing the play.
It was Saturday’s double strike hero Kieron Pamment though that opened the scoring with a superb finish to take the visitors into a 1-0 lead on 38 minutes and the Swans took until the 45 minute to draw level when a Max Worsfold shot from wide went through the pack to find the net. All square at hal-time.
In the second half it was again a full on end to end game with the visitors taking the lead through Myles-Meekums on 54 mins and Elliot Buchanan replying with a strong strike on 57 minutes. Again Worthing looked to take the points with a Newton goal on 72 mins but, after lots of attempts through the game, Mo Bettamer added to his impressive tally with a fine equaliser on 81 minutes. Still all to play for it could have been anones game.
It was a game that could have been marred by Ugo Udoji hitting the concrete pitch surround but he recovered to play out the first half.
Good luck to our visitors for the rest of the season as the Swans look to travel to Billericay Town on Saturday with the pre-season favourites losing again last night 3-1 at home to the Hamlet.