DORCHESTER’S Lulworth team stretched their unbeaten run to four games by taking four points from their latest Ability Counts tournament in Blandford.

The county town side's first game, against Wimborne, started off tense with both teams needing time to adjust to the poor weather conditions.

Wimborne were first to gain ground, forcing defenders Kevin Williamson and Ben Davis to make crucial clearances.

Their pressure did, eventually, pave the way for a chance when winger Luke Coakes found himself with the ball in the box, striking it low to the left of Dan Williamson.

However, the Dorchester shot stopper got down low and palmed the ball away in dramatic fashion.

Dorchester tried to get into the game, though were forced to play long balls forward.

Their only chance in the first half came from midfielder Callum Vickery, whose strike from distance was well wide.

Despite the pressure, it was Dorchester who scored first, early in the second half.

A third successive corner, taken by Kieran Pitman, found the head of Kevin Williamson.

The centre-back was unmarked after the attackers diverted attention away from the scorer.

Dorchester felt they could extend their lead by pushing for a second, and, in doing so allowed Wimborne to score in the final moments.

Midfielder Jack Bye struck the ball first time on the edge of the box and despite Dan Williamson’s previous heroics, there was little he could do, with the ball deflecting off his leg.

This brought an end to the first game, finishing 1-1.

Manager Jason Brookes was proud of his team's performance, though admitted his disappointment in conceding late on, stating that Dorchester switched off inviting pressure from Wimborne.

Dorchester’s second game against Dexter Sports saw them triumph 3-0.

Ben Davis forced his way through the Dexter team in the opening moments, powering the ball into the top left corner to open the scoring.

Davis had another chance, with Dexter's keeper only able to deflect the ball on to the post.

Moments later, Danny Kiy found Davis in space, allowing him time to place the ball past the keeper to make it 2-0.

Dorchester got their third after half-time.

Dexter’s keeper failed to claim the ball from a corner, allowing Kevin Williamson to nod the ball into an open goal.

Kiy frustrated defenders with his dribbling and unselfishly played the ball to Davis who was denied a hat-trick when his close-range effort was saved.

Tensions boiled over which saw a Dexter's midfielder get a red card for an unnecessary foul.

Dexter nearly scored a consolation when their striker ran the length of the pitch, striding into the box.

Dan Williamson slipped when collecting the ball palming it back out toward the striker, though his touch took the ball inches wide of the goal.

Kevin Williamson was thrilled to score his first goals for Dorchester and make such a vital impact across both games.