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Weekend Sports Report

An Ahkeem Rose double strike was enough to see the Terras tally up their second National League South victory in 5 days at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Saturday when they overcame the challenge of visitors Dulwich Hamlet.

His goals came 1 either side of the break with the visitors only managing to score once in reply.

Our man at the game said: Make no doubt about it, Dulwich came here to win and they were probably the better team in the first half and to be fair were a bit unlucky to go in at half time a goal down, but after the break the Terras matched their guests in possession and when Ahkeem’s second goal struck the back of the net and despite defending deeper and deeper with manager Bobby Wilkinson imploring them from the touchline to the move further up the park, they had enough left in the tank to hold their lead until the final whistle”.

In the Southern League, Dorchester travelled to Tiverton and came back to Dorset on the wrong end of 3 goals to nil loss.

Wessex league strugglers Portland United hosted visitors Hamble at Grove Corner and both teams provided the fans with an entertaining end to end encounter.

The Blues opened the scoring with a Bryn Doyle strike early in the first half and took that lead into the second half despite the visitors having a penalty claim turned down by the referee when a Blues defender seemed to handle the ball following a free kick on the edge of the penalty area.

Then just after the break Hamble got back on level terms when Portland custodian Mike Edgar saved from a free kick, but a Hamble striker followed up on the loose ball and netted from a very wide angle.

It was even Steven until the 67th minute when Doyle drove the ball into the back of the Hamble net from 25 yards out.

Then came the controversial incident when a young Hamble defender was shown the red card following a discussion between the referee and one of his assistants.

Portland held out until the final whistle mainly due to the performance of Edgar who made 3 superb saves to secure victory for his team.

Bridport fought out a 1 all draw against Newton Abbot Spurs at St Mary’s.

This afternoon (Sunday) Weymouth Football Club’s women’s team hosted Weston Super Mare women at the Bob Lucas Stadium, but despite putting up a spirited display lost by 2 goals to 1 their only score coming from Zara Hunt in the 78th minute of the game following a corner.

In the local rugby Dorchester won 58 points to 17 in a Tribute Southern Counties South game at Coburg Road against visitors Blandford while in Tribute Dorset & Wilts Division 1 South league leaders Weymouth & Portland were hosted by second placed club Oakmeadians with both teams sharing the points courtesy of a 20 points all draw .

Bryn Doyle

Mike Edgar