Sutton's women's team were beaten by Worthing for the fourth time this season as the Sussex side kept up their hopes of the London & South East Regional League championship and made inroads in to rivals Ebbsfleet's superior goal difference.
The damage was done in a twenty minute spell in the first half after Sutton had matched the hosts for the first quarter of an hour. Then a long through ball evaded Zoe McNulty allowing home skipper Gemma Worsfold to score in to an empty net, and the same player added a second from the penalty spot, with Chloe Winchester and Sammy Quayle also on target before the interval. Rebecca Bell and Georgia Tibble scored in the second half as Worthing saw out a comfortable victory.
Sutton's last game of the season is at Aylesford next Sunday, kick off 3.30pm at Aylesford Recreation Ground.
The reserves lost 2-0 at Croydon, who clinched second place in the Surrey Premier Division of the South East Counties League as a result. All eyes will now be on Meadowbank, the home of Dorking, next Sunday when the reserves face table topping Ashmount Leigh in the Surrey Divisional Cup final, kick off 2.15. Tickets are on sale, price £5 for adults and £2 for ages 5-16 and over 65, and can be bought here.