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Weekend Sports Report

Before the game kicked off it was imperative that Weymouth returned from their trip to Concord Rangers with something out of the game if they are to retain their place in National League South, propping up the league table in 24th and bottom place with even the most optimistic of Terras’ fans would probably have settled for a 1 goal to nil victory or even a draw, but scoring 5 goals with no reply from Rangers was by far and beyond their anticipations.

The result moves the Terras 2 places up the league table and gives their loyal fans some hopes of league survival and avoiding the drop into the Southern League, but only if they can repeat this performance in the remainder of their league fixtures.

Weymouth’s goals came from Bradley Ash 2, Ahkeem Rose, Tom Blair and Harry Kyprianou.

In the Southern League Dorchester travelled to play league leaders Weston Super Mare and despite putting up a spirited display went down by 3 goals to 1. The Magpies goal coming from Harvey Bradbury.

Jack Delves scored on his debut for Portland United at AFC Portchester, but it was not enough to see the Blues return with any Wessex League points in the bank as they conceded 4 goals at the other end.

In the Southwest Peninsular League East Bridport recorded 2 goals to nil victory at St Mary’s against visitors Holsworthy with Solomon Ayunga and Robin Jones both netting for the Bees.

On Sunday Weymouth Football Club’s women’s team were away at Paulton Rovers and lost by 3 goals to 1 their goal was credited to Zara Hunt.

In the local rugby it was de ja vous all over again at Coburg Road where Dorchester hosted Royal Wootton Bassett Extra First xv and just like last week against Tribute Southern Counties leaders Wimborne the County Town made a slow start and conceded a try in the first minute of the game trailing their guests by 5 points to 19 at the break.

After the turn around Dorchester began to exert some control and began to haul the Royals in bit by bit and then slotting a 79th minute penalty to snatch victory by 27 points to 24 and move up to 4th in the league table.

In the same division Blandford were beaten by 79 points to 12 at Larksmead by Combe Down and Swanage & Wareham came second at Bestwall losing to visitors North Dorset by 27 points to 31.

There were no games in Tribute Dorset & Wilts division 1.

 

 

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