WEYMOUTH manager Brian Stock feels the Terras got their “just rewards” after two late goals clinched a pulsating 4-2 victory at Woking in the Vanarama National League.

Stock’s men dominated at the Laithwaite Community Stadium but twice trailed as Charlie Cooper’s expert free-kick and Sam Ashford’s deflected second cancelled out an Andy Dallas leveller.

Weymouth then equalised a second time through a deft Dallas flick before Jake McCarthy’s wondrous volley and Sean Shields’ breakaway fourth settled the outcome.

Victory followed up Weymouth’s 1-0 triumph at Maidenhead in midweek, cementing 18th place.

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And after recording back-to-back away wins for the first time this season, Stock was ecstatic.

“I’m absolutely delighted,” Stock told Echosport. “The boys never lost sight of how to win, that was the biggest thing I’ll take out of the game.

“We kept on passing, our possession, crossing, shooting stats – everything you look to – were excellent.

“From start to finish we controlled the game. It was a great free-kick from Cooper and we got caught with a sucker punch counter to go 2-1 down.

“But the boys kept on passing, didn’t get into any bad habits by going long and got their just rewards at the end.”

After going 2-1 down, Stock was impressed with Weymouth’s focus.

He said: “Those performances won’t come every single week, but we got the opportunity to play and utilise overloads in certain areas and rotate well in midfield.

“Once we drilled into the centre-halves to pass the ball, we totally dictated the game.

“The introduction of Josh McQuoid and Cameron Murray with fresh legs and quality gave us that impetus to go and win the game.

“When you look at Jake McCarthy’s finish and the ball from Ben Worman that was high-quality, I’m really pleased.

“Obviously at the end of the game, sometimes you want them to run the ball into the corner.

“Josh has seen that but squared the ball for Sean and sealed the win.”

Shields was arguably the stand-out performer for Weymouth with his precise crossing, creativity and goal.

Dorset Echo: Sean Shields, left, delivered another impressive display Picture: MARK PROBINSean Shields, left, delivered another impressive display Picture: MARK PROBIN

Stock said: “I thought Sean was excellent. That’s the first time he’s scored away from home and again he’s assisted.

“He’s a voice, an experienced player and at times really looked after the ball. He was a menace for them all afternoon.”

Dallas, in his first game back from injury, took his Weymouth tally to 10 goals with a clinical brace.

“Those are the things you look at and think: ‘He’s walked off with two goals’.

“A really good instinct from him, exactly what we want. By bringing him off with 20 minutes to go gives us a chance to put him back in the squad for Monday.”

Woking claimed a red card for Jacob Mensah after the foul that led to the Cards’ opener, but Stock viewed the incident differently after the centre-half saw yellow.

“First and foremost, it wasn’t a foul in my opinion,” Stock insisted.

“You look at the referee’s decision and if Jacob is the last man you’d think he might have got a red.

“If the shoe was on the other foot, we’d be shouting the same thing from our bench.

“I think the referee messed up in the first place, I don’t think it was a foul.

“Maybe we got a bit lucky because he gave the free-kick but we shouldn't have been in that position in the first place.”