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Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Weekend Sport Report

Weymouth & Portland Rugby Club celebrated their Tribute Dorset & Wilts Championship in front of their fans at Monmouth Avenue on Saturday and in turn avenged their only defeat this season at the hands of Bridport at the Brewery Ground.

A much-changed Seahorses side took an early lead when centre Matt Savage capped a fine move from a scrum deep inside the Bridport half to touch down and open the scoring.

He also landed the conversion to put Weymouth into 7 points to nil lead then followed it up with penalty.

The visitors rallied and drove down field and after a period of possession crossed the Weymouth & Portland whitewash to open the Bridport account with a try.

Awarded the throw into a line out just 5 meters shy of the visitors try line the Seahorses worked the ball to prop Tim “Yogi” Comben who with half of the visitor’s pack in tow crashed over to ground the ball for a touchdown to make the score at the break Weymouth & Portland 15 Bridport 5.

After the turnaround and for the first 20 minutes in was nip and tuck with neither side adding to their scores, then going into the final quarter the Seahorses ran from deep inside their own territory with fly half Louis Allan capping the best move of the game touching down in the corner for a try.

As the clock ticked away fullback Alex Toms punished the visitors’ discretions kicking 2 penalties to end the scoring with the final result Weymouth & Portland 26 pts v Bridport 5.

Joe Gibson on a charge