ROBBIE Herrera voiced his frustration at his Dorchester team's performance as they were defeated 2-0 at home by Gosport Borough.

Once again, the Magpies started the match brightly only to be undone by several defensive errors.

First, former Dorchester winger, Bradley Tarbuck, slotted past Alan Walker-Harris after cutting inside Magpies debutant, Thiago Caze da Silva.

Just three minutes before half-time the Boro’ added a second as Dan Wooden volleyed home, from a free kick.

Although the Magpies battled hard in the second half, they could not overturn the 2-0 deficit. Instead Gosport would hold on to inflict Dorchester’s fourth home league defeat of the season.

Speaking after the game, Herrera told Echosport of his disappointment.

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He said: “I thought we started off quite well again. (We) more than matched them in terms of possession and what have you, but again individual errors have cost us.

“It seems to be the theme and the story of the season so far. You can’t legislate for that.

“I thought up until the point where they got the (first) goal it was fairly even, or us just shading it to be honest without really threatening too much.

“We got punished for trying to play a difficult pass when an easier one was on. They go and score a goal.

“We go back into our shells a little bit and then tried to show a little bit of resilience to get into half-time at 1-0.

“We then go and concede a poor free kick on the edge of the box. Their player gets away from his marker and it’s 2-0 before half-time.

“So a tough ask for the boys to come back into the game.”

Dorchester next visit Lymington Town, on Tuesday, in the first round of the Southern League Challenge Cup (7:45pm).