ECSTATIC Dorchester Town boss Callum Brooks described the Magpies’ 6-0 drubbing of 10-man Tiverton as “mission complete” as his side beat the Evo-Stik Southern Premier South drop with a terrific display.

Brooks’ men led 2-0 after 16 minutes as Tom Blair curled home before Luke Winsper’s jinking solo run and finish.

Ex-Weymouth man Stewart Yetton missed a second-half penalty and Tivvy captain Jamie Price saw red for abusive language as the visitors imploded.

Ben Seymour scored a penalty before Nathan Walker forced home a fourth and Sam Jackson headed a fifth.

There was still time for sub Dom Panesar-Dower to strike a majestic sixth as Dorchester confirmed their survival in fine fettle.

Brooks told Echosport: “However we did it, it would have been fantastic.

“But obviously to do it in front of our own supporters with a performance like that is a top, top way of doing it.

“After feeling like we did in the 93rd-minute (at Kings Langley) on Saturday to the way we do now is a complete contrast.

“It just shows you if you keep going, stick together and put the work in then good things can happen. The club’s buzzing and it’s mission complete.”

Brooks lavished praise on the Magpies’ getaway from the line, which set the tone for the game.

He said: “I thought we started unbelievably well. It wasn’t just the goal, it was the crispness of the passing, the tempo, the second balls.

“We were stepping in front of things going into their front players. I thought we were dominant from the start which has put us into a fantastic position.

“Even at 2-0 games aren’t safe and as dominant as we were, they had a couple of moments – a corner just before half-time and a penalty – where the whole complexion of the game could’ve turned.

“Saturday didn’t go for us, I thought it was a good performance. (Yesterday) we went on to get the third and from then on the lads enjoyed it. Some of the football they played was outstanding.”

After Dorchester scored the third, the Magpies tortured Tiverton with a shimmering exhibition of passing, scoring three further goals.

Brooks said: “There’s not many games where the game’s done and dusted at 3-0. When our group are really on it in footballing terms I think they’re as good as any.

“I just sat back and enjoyed watching them tear the opposition apart. The football was fantastic and there was product to the football as well.

“They played against 10 men very, very well with regards to the balance between keeping the ball but still probing, looking to get behind their back line and please the fans by getting more goals.”