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Worthing Minors manager Andy Burling has hailed his team's success in winning the South East Counties League Division One West title.
Worthing Minors Ladies are in their tenth season and during this time, they have won and finished as runners-up in the County Cup, and as part of winning the County Cup they represented Sussex in a South East Counties tournament in Fulham. League honours include one title, two runners-up spots and a couple of third place finishes.
"This has been our most successful season to date," Andy Burling told Women's Soccer Scene. "We have topped the league all season and with players such as Danni Lane, formerly of Brighton, scoring was never going to be a problem. We were the league's top goalscorers and Danni was the second highest scorer.
"Steph Carter, former Lewes midfielder, is one of the most creative and influential players that has ever played for us. Steph is our team captain and is respected throughout the club. Brooke Marshall has been with us really since we started and I can only remember Brooke missing a couple of games. She is a very quick and athletic defender who reads the game like a old pro."
Although Worthing lifted the title on goal difference from Seahaven Harriers, they led the table for the majority of campaign and one result in particular stood out for the manager: "We have had a number of important results throughout the season, however I believe our 2-1 away win at Abbey Rangers was a pivotal moment. Abbey were, in my opinion, one of the strongest teams in the league.
"Although we made the semi final of the County Cup we did not do ourselves justice away at Dartford. I'll say no more!
"We are losing several of our key players to university next season and we are really struggling to find fresh faces. It would be so sad if we had to call it a day."
Anyone interested should contact Andy Burling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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