WESTCLIFF are determined to complete the double over Worthing in National Two South tomorrow.

Westcliff won 19-15 in West Sussex back in October.

And in-form winger Greg Bannister is keen for a repeat performance this weekend.

“We beat them down at their place so I imagine they will want some sort of revenge,” said Bannister, who has scored tries in Westcliff’s last two games.

“We need to get stuck into them and execute our game plan like we did in the reverse fixture and I think we have a good chance of winning.”

Westcliff will be looking to get back to winning ways after losing 43-10 at Taunton last time out.

But Bannister always knew last weekend’s clash would be a difficult encounter.

“It was tough but we knew coming into this league there would be some weeks where we just wouldn’t be in the game at all and the last week was one of those,” said Bannister.

“Taunton hadn’t been beaten at home all year so we knew we would have to have a really good day and them have a not so good day.

“But it’s done now so we will move on and look back to getting in the winner circle.”

Westcliff - who are playing in National Two South for the first time in their history - are currently one place and 12 points above the relegation zone.

But Bannister is keen to climb further away from the drop zone with a win against 10th placed Worthing at the Gables this weekend.

“We’re massively determined for tomorrow,” said Bannister.

“We want to stay up and this is a chance to give ourselves more chance of that happening.”