WEYMOUTH manager Mark Molesley admitted the Terras’ final-day fixture at home to Farnborough will evoke memories of their famous title win of 2019.

Going into the finale of the 2018/19 Southern League season, Weymouth needed a victory to ensure the trophy would be coming to the Bob Lucas Stadium.

And they duly beat Farnborough 3-0 thanks to three second-half goals, sparking mass celebrations amongst a bumper crowd of 2,676 at the full-time whistle.

However, Molesley will attempt to put emotion to one side as he takes charge of his first home game since returning to Weymouth.

He told Echosport: “When you see that fixture, you straight away think of the last time we played Farnborough at home.

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“What a monumental day it was for everyone associated with the club.

“But, that’s all history. We want to finish this season as strong as we can but also carry on putting in foundations for next season in the way we approach the game.

“It’s not ideal, the players will be patched up and they’re going to have to go through the hurt locker.

“I know they’re going to be cheered on and supported by hopefully a fantastic crowd.”

Weymouth are still hoping to secure their first win since Molesley’s return but any such victory will have to be achieved with a threadbare squad.

Keelan O’Connell (ankle), Tom Bearwish (hamstring) and Charlie Rowan picked up injuries in the 0-0 draw with Truro, while Teddy Howe (groin) and Ben Winterburn (ankle) were already doubts.