DORCHESTER Sports ran riot over Balti Sports, winning 3-0 at the Avenue Stadium in their first league game on the new 3G surface in the Dorset Premier League.

Dorchester handed a full starting debut to new signing Lloyd Beals and they did not take long to take the lead when on three minutes Gareth Will’s cross found Joel Hewitt at the back post to head past Balti goalkeeper Andy Nott.

Sports then had a corner midway through the first half and Jamie Samways’ cross found Beals at the back post and he smashed his shot in to the corner for 2-0.

Dorchester were not finished there as just before the break another Samways cross found Richard Beasley at the back post who scored from close range to send the hosts into dreamland at the interval.

The second half had few chances but Balti had more of the ball, yet despite that could not break through. not break down the home team’s solid back line,

Balti’s Ross Walker was shown a straight red card for a late tackle but the game fizzled out. and Dorchester took the three points in the derby.

Dorchester Sports’ manager Ashley James, said: “It was a fantastic result, it was a fantastic performance. It was everything that we wanted the team to do. They did it for us and we are delighted.”

“It was a tough decision to change a winning side from last Saturday but we made some changes to battle their strengths and it worked in the end.”

Meanwhile, Balti Sports’ boss Marco Nott, said: “It was a disaster to be honest.

“We were nowhere near good enough, we were not at the races at all especially in the first half.

“Dorchester deserved the win fair and square really.”

Dorchester: Frost, Heal (Quinton 65) Read, B Thomas, P Thomas, Beals, Samways, Will, Beasley (Amor 78) Rawlings, Hewitt (Gould 85) Subs not used: Turland, Fusco.

Balti: A Nott, Walker, Burton, Roberts, Nichols, McClements, Dovell, Andrews (Proffitt 75), Lane (Houghton 60), Preece (Dean 55), Baker Subs not used: Taylor

Sam Scaff Man of the Match: Lloyd Beals