TOWN'S tough tackling midfield man admitted Northampton had the better of the 39 minutes which were played, but insisted the game was far from settled.
"We'd have kept going and I'm sure we could have dug our way back into it, even though the conditions were horrendous," he said.
"The ball was flying all over the place. You'd go up for a header and it would deviate at the last moment, and passing was far harder than normal."
Worthington, sporting a swollen lip courtesy of a first-minute clash, said the players were sure the game would be abandoned as soon as the Police appeared on the pitch to speak to referee Nigel Miller.
"The referee had a word with the Police then called the players over," he explained. "He told us we'd go back to the dressing rooms for 15 minutes to see if things calmed down a bit.
"But myself and some of the other players had noticed an advertising hoarding coming down, and the situation was cleary not safe.
"We tried our best to stay warmed up just in case, but then the gaffer was called to the referee's room and he returned and told us it was off.
"We weren't even allowed back onto the pitch to do our usual stretches and warm-down.
"It's my first experience of an abandonment and it's a bit strange because it's like unfinished business.
"It's a blow for all the fans who travelled down as well, but you just have to accept something which is out of your control.
"Now it means another away trip in midweek, but if that's what it takes, so be it."