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FOOTBALL: Bar batter Moby Dick's in 14-goal fest
BAR 314 recorded their biggest victory of the season so far to sink Moby Dick’s at Redlands.
The reigning Weymouth Sun-day League Premiership champions showed no mercy as they hammered the Esplanade outfit 14-0 to continue their 100 per cent record.
Ricky Lane and Ross Heaton got things rolling with a goal apiece in the opening 10 minutes and, from there, Moby had no answers as they were ripped apart for the remainder of the contest.
It quickly became a question of just how many Bar 314 would score with Grant Chance leading the way with a half dozen. Lane ended up with four and there was even a hat-trick for centre-back Phil Anderson as the Moby completely capitulated.
Phil Groves’ men have now scored 48 goals in seven straight victories in the league and it is hard to see who is going to keep pace with them.
Second-placed Aura are certainly doing their best to stay in touch as they captured a 3-0 win over Dolphin.
Danny Andrews, Sean Zima and Teejay Smith-McFarlane did the damage in that one but they still remain six points adrift with a game in hand.
Britannia lie level on points with Aura but they have played the same number of games as Bar 314 and have already lost twice this season.
The Portlanders just scraped through 5-4 against Broadmayne at Grove Corner with goals from Stu Burley (2), Kieron Cairnduff (2) and Adam Dell. Russell Harris, Adam Morris, James Moynehan and William Turland replied for the visitors.
There was also success for Famous Old Spa as they moved up to fourth.
They beat Lazy Lizard 4-1 thanks to strikes from Kev Paice (2), Aaron Sharp and Luke Hearn. Liam Briers grabbed the Lizard consolation.
In the other two games, Alexandra thumped Bakers Arms 9-0 while Mar-ket House triumphed 3-1 at Sailors Ret-urn.
Matt Roberts and Lee Rock-ingham both bagged hat-tricks for the Alex whose other goals came from Micky Jolliffe, Joe Sewell and Dan Pickering.
On target for the House were Michael Scrivin (2) and Dave Booker with James Vincent replying for the Sailors.
Weymouth Sunday League Premiership: Famous Old Spa 4 Lazy Lizard 1, Aura 3 Dolphin 0, Bakers Arms 0 Alexandra 9, Britannia 5 Broadmayne 4, Bar 314 14 Moby Dick’s 0, Sailors Return 1 Market House 3.
Dorset Sunday Senior Cup second round: Branksome Railway v Market House (Branksome Rec), Dolphin v Parley Sports (Redlands), J’s West Moors v Bar 314 (Fryers Playing Field), Specialist Lettings v Britannia (King George V Playing Field), Verwood Sports & Social Club v Famous Old Spa (Verwood Town FC).
Premiership: Bakers Arms v Sailors Return (St Osmund’s), Broadmayne v Radipole (Broadmayne), Alexandra v Moby Dick’s (Redlands), Lazy Lizard v Aura (Redlands).
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