The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Weekend Sports Report

It’s Ladies day on Sunday the Weymouth & Portland Women’s rugby team in blue below hosted Exeter Saracens in the rain at Monmouth Avenue and the 2 Weymouth Football Club’s teams also played on Sunday afternoon.

Weymouth Football Club’s women won away at Frome by 5 goals to nil, their scores coming from Charlie Wilson, Annie Redding, Emily Screen, Bianca Osborne and Kaydee Thorneycroft.

Weymouth & Portland Women’s rugby team in blue hosted Exeter Saracens in the rain at Monmouth Avenue

Dorchester 2 v Hendon Town 2.

A Will Fletcher bullet header in the 4th minute of second half added on time salvaged a valuable Southern Premier League point for the Magpies at the Avenue Stadium.

Dorchester took the lead in the 35th minute when Jack Dixon and Shaq Gwengwe combined to set up Polish striker Olaf Koszela whose strike curled into the back of the net bisecting the space between the Hendon keeper and the far post.

Then Hendon scored twice in succession to take the lead that lasted until Luke Pardoe’s pinpoint cross found Fletcher’s forehead and ended up in the back of the visitor’s net.

Hendon finished the game with only 10 men on the park after Kurtis Cumberbatch had picked up his second yellow card in the 93rd minute.

To see images from the Weymouth & Portland v Exeter Saracens women’s rugby match follow this link: idrismartin.wordpress.com

The girls bravely played on for 40 minutes in the most horrendous of conditions then the visitors decided to call it a day so both teams got showered and warmed up in the bar afterwards.

Jess Butcher crossed the whitewash for the Shehorses.

Weymouth & Portland   · **FULL TIME – WOMENS TEAM**In treacherous conditions, the Shehorses took a Home Walk Over just before half time. The travelling team scored their first try 15 minutes into the game and followed shortly after with their second, with no conversions scored. The Shehorses took hold, finding their game and taking their first try, with Jess Butcher hacking the ball through the defence, dotting it down to score a great try! The opposition then unfortunately called off the game minutes later, due to them being unable to form a team due to sustaining injuries, resulting in a Home Walk Over for the Shehorses.