WEYMOUTH Football Club has declared successive profits of more than £20,000 in the past two financial years, following the Terras' AGM.

Coinciding with back-to-back promotions, the Terras unveiled a gain of £23,709 in the 2018-19 financial year, followed by £26,613 for 2019-20 ended May 31.

Terras officials are especially buoyed by the 2019-20 figures, which come despite the interruption of income caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Weymouth's coffers have been boosted by remuneration under the terms of a deal struck with Wessex Community Sports LLP (WCSLLP) in 2019.

This deal secured the immediate future of Weymouth's Bob Lucas Stadium home, while an option agreement was granted to WCSLLP to run until 2024.

Elsewhere, the club has re-elected chairman Ian White and director Ralph Ricardo to the board of directors. Steve Walkinshaw was the only new member to be voted onto the board.

Financial director Rob Bowman plus directors Simon Etherington, Josh Barton and Reg Tanner have left the board since the previous AGM.

Etherington's exit was linked to his commitments with Weymouth Golf Club, while Bowman's resignation was accepted by the Terras.

All four were thanked for their contribution to the club.

However, the loss of Bowman will be keenly felt with many senior figures at the club noting the significant work undertaken in his tenure.

Weymouth's board has taken over the financial director's role until a successor to Bowman can be found.

Shareholders also discussed the possibility of segregating a stand at the Bob Lucas Stadium for those with a Covid passport. 

On the pitch, Weymouth return to Vanarama National League action at Torquay United on Saturday (3pm).