Clifton were starting to settle using quality scrum ball to engage the home defence but generally not gaining ground. Their Ben Roberts kicked a penalty after the Worthing pack were left stranded by a poor kick out of defence but they scored soon after when Mickey Pointing touched down after a lineout to make the score 12-3 on 18 minutes.
The Clifton defence held out until just before half time when Jamie Redmayne broke through and scattered the defenders and it was Matt Mclean again to touch down out wide. His siege gun kick from the touch line took the score to 19-3 and Worthing looked to be heading for high score victory.
The bonus point came soon after the interval as Worthing started to introduce their replacements and Matt Farnes made good use of a cross kick to score in the corner. Matt McLean again kicked from the line and he was indeed driving Clifton under with his support running and prolific kicking.
The restart by Clifton gave control back to Worthing. Alex Nielsen, working hard all over the pitch, burst through the middle and Michael Stubbs freed Matt Mclean to pace diagonally to the try line in the right hand corner. He converted again and the score moved to 33-3 on 53 minutes and Clifton had a long way to go both during and after the match!
The score quickly moved to 40-3 as Alex reappeared on the left wing to touch down, then to 47-3 as Matt Mclean touched down and converted out on the left on 68 minutes.
Clifton, though, refused to go quietly as player coach Matt Salter kept them playing with pride and they were rewarded with a workmanlike try by Darren Barry. The conversion was drilled home by Ben Roberts and that made it 47-10.
Worthing lifted again, encouraged by skipper Jamie Redmayne and a series of fast moving phases finally gave Kiba Richards some space to take a well deserved try. Matt converted from way out again to make the final score 54-3.
An impressive 8 tries and 7 conversions built the total. The team produced 114 league points for the season.