ELATED Weymouth boss Brian Stock described the Terras’ 4-0 win as the “complete performance” and insisted: “That result was coming”.

On a near perfect day for the Terras, Stock piloted his side to the biggest victory in his tenure and ensured three points were gained on King’s Lynn, who lost 1-0 to Torquay.

Weymouth powered into a 1-0 lead as Josh McQuoid nodded his seventh goal of the season, heading home Sean Shields’ pinpoint cross.

Brennan Camp grabbed his first Terras goal with a sweet volley before Shields capped off a fine individual performance with a clinical third goal and a magnificently controlled volley.

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Wealdstone, meanwhile, were lucky to finish with 11 men as Ross Lafayette swung an arm at Camp before Stones’ defender Jack Cawley flattened the Bournemouth loanee in the second half.

But Stock did not allow the frustration of those incidents to cloud his enjoyment of the result.

Post match, he said: “That 90 minutes was probably the most complete performance I’ve seen since I’ve been at the club.

“The organisation, the discipline and the intensity to press. For me, first half we could’ve capitalised on one or two other chances.

“But winning the game 4-0 I can’t ask for any more.

“I honestly felt that result was coming. Sometimes the players just need that little bit more belief and understanding that they can compete at this level.

“That was evident and we looked a really good side.”

Stock added that once Weymouth grappled with Wealdstone’s flexibility in shape, the Terras’ game took over.

He said: “Wealdstone pose so many problems. They’re so flexible in formation and leading into the game we weren’t too sure how they would line up.

“We had to cover three or four different options. Once we finally knew what we were playing, five minutes into the game, we got to grips with the press, the intensity, who was pressing who.

“If we get our out-of-possession spot on it gives us the opportunity to play and I felt that was achieved.”

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Commenting on Camp’s maiden Terras goal, Stock joked: “I think he got a nosebleed in the process!

“I’m pleased for Brennan because he’s a great lad. I think that’s the first goal he’s scored for the club and it was an important goal, it put us 2-0 up with a really good foothold in the game.”

Picking up on Shields’ brace, Stock added: “He possesses that quality, he’s a good player.

“He’s created a lot of chances this year for us and he’s now chipping in with goals. For me, he’s a threat when he gets the ball and that was evident.”

Stock also reserved praise for the Terras’ defence, who kept a seventh clean sheet in the National League this season.

“I thought the back four were excellent,” the former Wales international said.

“Their decision making was spot on, they tracked runners, held a high line, condensed the pitch and the distance between the units was excellent.

“Because of that, we managed to pick up a lot of second balls.”