THE targets are simple for Dorchester loan signing Gavin McCallum - to work hard and score goals.

The 19-year-old Yeovil Town forward signed a one-month deal with the Magpies and made his debut in the 5-1 humiliation at the hands of Lewes.

But he is now adapting to the more physical nature of Confer-ence South football and after scoring twice in the Magpies' recent 3-2 win at Thurrock, he is determined to add to his tally.

The Canadian under-20 international has been on the periphery at Huish Park this season, and is yet to make a first team appearance for the Glovers.

However, his pace and exuberance in the friendly with the Magpies in January were enough to impress boss Mick Jenkins.

He had loan spells at Crawley and Tamworth earlier in the season and is hoping he can play a part in steering the Magpies clear of relegation.

"I'm just going to get on with it," he said. "We will try and get up there and see what we can do.

"For me, it is about working hard up front and trying to get some goals," added McCallum, who is happy leading the Magpies' line after playing in numerous positions for the Glovers.

"I have been playing everywhere for Yeovil, I have been playing on the wing and in the centre of midfield and up front. But I would rather be up front."

Other clubs were interested but McCallum relished the challenge presented to him by Jenkins.

"There were other clubs but we made the decision to come to Dorchester and play a bit of football."

McCallum had been playing in Yeovil reserve team matches and is finding Conference South matchess far more competitive.

He said: "It is for points and going up or staying down and it is way more competitive. The centre backs are massive but you have got to deal with that."

n Terras boss Jason Tindall is to review the coaching at the club's academy after yesterday's 9-0 humiliation away to Bristol City in the Pontin's Holiday Combin-ation.

"We had a very young team that was thrown together and they had a pretty strong one with a couple of first team boys," said Tindall.

"But I was disappointed because I was expecting a little bit more from my lads and a lot of the basic things let them down.

"We just have to have a look at the way in which they are getting coaching and maybe re-structure that."

City were 4-0 up at the interval and continued to pile on the misery with five more in the second half. Jennison Myrie-Williams (4), Dave Partridge, Danny Wring, Josh Klein-Davies, Tristan Plummer and Jordan Walker were their scorers.

n Weymouth Travel Club is running a coach to Southport on Saturday. It leaves the Wessex Stadium at 7am. At present the cost is £35 but if more travel the price will drop. Telephone Ian White on 836361.