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FOOTBALL: Radipole rocked by red-hot Coles
THE Cole brothers did the damage for Moby Dick’s as they recorded a fine 4-2 victory over Radipole.
Paul (2) and Arran both found the target for the Esplanade outfit whose other goal came from Jason Razzell.
Moby boss Jason Wellman, whose side now lie third in the Weymouth Sunday League Premiership, told Echosport: “We were 2-1 down at one stage so to come back and win 4-2 was a great performance.
“The previous week we let ourselves down but this latest display was 100 per cent better and hopefully we can build from here.”
Reigning champions Bar 314, formerly the Rendezvous, remain the early pacesetters though.
They made it five straight victories with a 3-2 win over Market House to remain six points clear at the summit.
Aura, who beat Alexandra 4-1 in their latest outing, currently sit second with a game in hand on the table-toppers.
Oscar Preece (2), Teejay Smith-McFarlane and Matthew Warren bagged the goals for Aura while Matt Roberts replied for the Alex.
There were also victories for Broadmayne and Lazy Lizard against Bakers Arms and Sailors Return respectively.
Adam Morris (3), Toby Hafter-Smith, Russell Harris, William Turland and Harry Williams were all on target for Broadmayne in their 7-5 win over the the Arms, while Matthew Balsdon, Liam Briers, William Mitchell and Sam Moors did the damage for the Lizard in their 4-1 success against the Sailors.
Two teams were also in action in the first round of the Dorset Sunday Senior Cup.
Famous Old Spa received a walkover against West Moors SC while Dolphin edged an 11-goal thriller at Wimborne Magpies 6-5, courtesy of strikes from Charlie May (5) and Charlie Kenderdine.
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