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Weekend Sports Report

Both Weymouth football and rugby clubs were denied their runouts on Saturday afternoon as the Bob Lucas Stadium’s pitch and the playing surface at Combe Down rugby club were both deemed dangerous and unplayable due to the frost so both fixtures will have to be re-scheduled.

OLAF Koszela’s seven-minute second half hat-trick helped Dorchester Town end their run of defeats at the hands of  Merthyr Town and send their visitors back to the valleys with nothing to show for their efforts after scoring an emphatic 3-2 win at the Avenue Stadium.

The Welshman twice led through Thomas Handley and Alex John goals but, Koszela’s 7-minute treble, including a powerful volley, snatched all 3 points for the Magpies.

The result lifted the Magpies into 18th place and above of the drop zone.

One low note for Dorchester came after the half time whistle when the Magpies manager Tom Killick had an altercation with the match referee who brandished the dreaded red card at Killick and condemned him from the touchline for the remainder of the game

Hat Trick Hero The Polish Eagle Olaf Koszela

Hat Trick Hero The Polish Eagle Olaf Koszela

Portland United played hosts to Hamble with the Hampshire outfit netting a share of the points following a 1 goal each result.

The Blues strike coming from Brin Doyle.

Bridport entertained Elburton Villa at St. Mary’s and came from behind to take a 2 1 lead, courtesy of goals from, George Calverley and Fred Parsons then in the 67th minute Brin Doyle collected his second yellow card of the afternoon and the Bees had to play out the final 23 minutes a man down and it came as little surprise when visitors equalized late in the game.

In the Dorset Premier League Balti Sports lost 1 nil at College Field to visitors Holt United.

On Sunday Weymouth Football Club’s women’s team bowed out of the County Cup at the quarter final stage losing away at Sherborne by 3 goals to 1, the Terras goal coming from Emily Screen. The Terras’ women’s development team drew 3 all with Bournemouth Manor with Zara Hunt scoring a brace and Laura Seymour adding a third and also on Sunday the Dorset & Wilts Under 20 rugby squad beat Berkshire Under 20 by 17 points to 15 at Marlborough.

The only local Tribute League rugby match to go ahead was at Brewery Field where Bridport overcame the challenge of Oakmeadians beating their guests in a cliffhanger by 23 points to 20.

The Dorset & Wilts County Women’s Rugby management and coaching staff were overjoyed with the size of the turnout at Warminster rugby club for their first training session of the current season with a total of 50 players braving the cold to put themselves up for County selection, team manager Emma Santer said, “Last season we had 27 today we had 50 who braved the cold, but don’t worry if you couldn’t make the session Trial day 2 is on the 10th of February at North Dorset Rugby Club”.

The next session is at North Dorset rugby club on February the 10th so anyone who wants to partake contact Emma on dw.womenslead@outlook.com

Lots more photos, including the Balti Sports v Holt United Dorset Premier League game, here: https://wp.me/p1ibOd-cSk