WEYMOUTH FC Women continued their fine form as they thumped Gillingham Town Ladies 13-1 at Woodwater Lane in the Dorset Women’s League.

The Terras are now on a run of five consecutive victories, scoring 48 times and conceding just three.

Weymouth now sit third with games in hand over the league leaders.

Eight minutes into the game Weymouth’s opener came from an unlikely source, Kayleigh Whiting played a short corner with Charlie Wilson before whipping the ball into the corridor of uncertainty, the shot deceiving the Gills' defence and goalkeeper and gave summer signing Whiting her first goal for the Terras.

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Player-manager Tasha Sibley doubled the lead when she found the bottom corner four minutes later and Shakira Howard scored her first of the afternoon in a similar style shortly after, Howard receiving Becca de Havilland’s pass from deep and calmly placing her shot into the far corner.

Free-scoring Naomi Johnson opened her account for the afternoon in the 19th minute slotting a one-on-one.

Weymouth, now in a relentless mood continued, to push forward. On the next attack Sibley latched onto the end of a Beth Barnard-Irons through-ball to make it 5-0.

Shortly before the half-an-hour mark, Johnson bagged her second when she tapped in Lily Beasley’s pinpoint cross. Straight from the restart, Weymouth won back possession and Howard fizzed her shot past the on-rushing keeper to put the Terras 7-0 up.

A trio of goals in the final 15 minutes of the first-half made it 10 for the Terras.

Dorset Echo: Weymouth Women celebrate during their 13-1 win at Gillingham Picture: RYAN ASMANWeymouth Women celebrate during their 13-1 win at Gillingham Picture: RYAN ASMAN

Beasley lashed a powerful effort into the top corner before Howard earned her hat-trick by finishing a superb dribbling run and subsequent cross by Emma Potter.

Howard completed her haul of goals when she scored one of her trademark lobs in the 36th minute, delightfully lifting the ball over the keeper for 10-0.

With double figures reached, Weymouth began to take their foot off the gas in the second half but there was still time for the Terras to pepper the net.

The second hat-trick of the afternoon was complete when Beasley and Johnson combined well again, the latter finishing from close range to give Weymouth an 11-0 lead.

Gillingham earned their consolation a minute later, a superb curling effort from Samantha Seldon sailing over the Terras' defence and into the back of the net.

Away captain Wilson lashed a shot in anger from outside the box to bring a dozen up for Weymouth, before Sibley made it a hat-trick of hat-tricks when she fired home from just inside the box with seven minutes remaining.

Terras: Osment, Potter, Whiting, C Barnard-Irons, de Havilland, Sibley, Wilson, Beasley, B Barnard-Irons, Johnson, Howard. Subs on: Taylor, Sapsford.