MARK Molesley remains in upbeat mood after a “patched-up” Weymouth were held to a 0-0 draw by Truro City at their temporary Meadow Park home.

Weymouth are yet to score four away games into Molesley’s second tenure but have taken two 0-0 stalemates in succession, giving them the joint-highest number of draws (17) with Welling this season.

Ezio Touray had a goal disallowed and saw another big chance saved for the Terras, who were grateful to returning keeper Gerard Benfield for crucial stops from Matt Buse and Ryan Law.

But of more concern, with the season finale at home to Farnborough looming this weekend, will be Weymouth’s injury list after Keelan O’Connell, captain Tom Bearwish and Charlie Rowan all limped off.

Speaking to Weymouth’s media team post-match, Molesley said: “We started the game in the ascendancy, penalty shout, goal disallowed.

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“So, a better start. We spoke about the Maidstone game and it was important to come out of the traps quick.

“Again, when you have those spells you need to punish the opposition and Truro grew into the game.

“The attitude and application was great. You can see the way we finished, very patched-up with players playing in all sorts of positions, so we lost our flow and rhythm.

“But fair play to the lads, some of them played two or three different positions and we lost some key players again.”

Weymouth end their season at home to Farnborough this Saturday (3pm).