In this first ever A division meeting, Chichester City Youth started well against Worthing United Youth. They went on to win 4-0.
On 30 minutes a trademark James Glanville free-kick picked out Jake O’Brennan, whose shot deceived the keeper to open the scoring.
The second half saw Chi soon make it 2-0. Sam Weller broke away and put in a superb cross for Jack Moth to plant a diving header into the bottom corner.
This soon became 3-0 when Jake Wells swung in a corner and O’Brennan rose above everyone to score with bullet header.
Moth and Fergus Evans put chances wide and over then O’Brennan slotted home from a Weller corner to complete his hat-trick, a superb display from the centre-back.
Evans had time to hit the bar before ref Ricky Steed, who had a fine game, ended Worthing’s misery.
Chi City: Cogger, Briant, Wells, O’Brennan, Sutherland, Evans, J Glanville, Sanzen-Baker, Silverthorne, Hadnett, Weller, Dixon, Mill, Moth.
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