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Loan watch: Trio star in Terras triumph


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Calum Ward, Shaun Hobson and Brennan Camp all played a part as Weymouth claimed a dramatic 2-1 win over fellow National South high-fliers Dorking Wanderers at the Bob Lucas Stadium.

Abdulai Baggie netted five minutes into added time to settle an often-feisty affair in favour of the hosts with the visitors ending the clash with nine men.

Weymouth profited after Sam Beard and Isaac Philpot had both received second bookings for fouling Baggie in the final 16 minutes, two of 12 yellow cards issued in the contest.

A determined run by Camp (pictured below) led to the Terras opening the scoring through Brett Williams after 17 minutes.

Camp picked out Yemi Odubade whose shot was deflected to Ollie Harfield, the defender providing the cross for Williams to power home a header at the near post.

Ward made a fine save to deny Jimmy Muitt an equaliser but the young goalkeeper was powerless to prevent the visitors from levelling three minutes before half-time through Elliott Buchanan.

As Wanderers looked to seize the initiative in the second half, Ward, Camp and Hobson, together with the rest of the Weymouth team, stood firm to keep them at bay.

And after Beard and Philpot had seen red and rival managers Mark Molesley and Marc White had both been booked, Baggie popped up to score the winner when he swept home Camp’s deflected centre deep in injury-time.

Molesley told the Dorset Echo: “It was an exciting game, full of drama. The game had a bit of everything, it was a well-contested affair with plenty of action and talking points.

“Ultimately, I felt our boys remained disciplined, kept their cool and we got the job done, which was the most important thing in a very tough game.”

Victory saw Weymouth remain fifth in the table ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Hemel Hempstead Town (7.45pm).


Mikael Ndjoli made his league debut for new loan club Motherwell in their 0-0 draw with Hibernian at Fir Park.

Ndjoli, who came off the bench in their Scottish Cup win at Dundee seven days previously, replaced James Scott with nine minutes remaining against Hibs.

Striker Ndjoli had been an unused substitute during Well’s 1-0 win at Aberdeen in midweek as Steve Robinson’s team consolidated third place in the table.


Asmir Begovic was an unused substitute as Milan registered a hard-earned 1-0 win over Brescia at the Stadio Mario Rigamonti.

Substitute Ante Rebic came off the bench to settle the issue in favour of the Rossoneri 19 minutes from time as Milan extended to four games their unbeaten run in all competitions.


Nnamdi Ofoborh, who was subbed 12 minutes from the end of Wycombe’s 4-0 defeat at Peterborough in midweek, will be hoping to help the Chairboys get back on track when they host Blackpool at Adams Park tomorrow (7.45pm).


Jake Scrimshaw went close to grabbing his first goal for Eastleigh in their 2-0 defeat by Maidenhead United at York Road.

Danny Whitehall’s first-half double, his first from the penalty spot, had left the Spitfires facing an uphill struggle after the break.

Scrimshaw, who replaced Danny Hollands in the 64th minute, came closest to reducing the arrears when he curled his shot narrowly past the post from a Scott Rendell lay-off.


New loan signing Jordan Murray (pictured above) received a glowing report following his debut in Wimborne Town’s 2-0 defeat by Hendon at Cuthbury.

Murray joined Cherries team-mate Cameron Plain in the Wimborne starting line-up after signing on work experience on the eve of the clash.

Goals from Liam Brooks and Joe White earned the Dons a fourth successive win as they climbed above the Magpies in the table.

Despite being beaten twice, Plain made a series of saves to keep Wimborne in the contest, while Murray made an eye-catching first appearance for the club.

A report on the official Wimborne website described Murray as “a bright spot” and said he “grew into the game and with quick feet and vision looks an excellent fit to the Wimborne way of playing”.

Luke Pardoe and James Oliver both featured for Poole Town in their 1-1 draw against Yate Town at Lodge Road.

Pardoe was replaced by Adam Grange in the 65th minute and with the Dolphins leading 1-0 thanks to Will Spetch’s goal on the stroke of half-time.

Oliver came off the bench seven minutes from time with Sam Bell’s late leveller earning the hosts a share of the points.

Tom Hanfrey started for Blackfield & Langley in their 2-0 defeat against Metropolitan Police at Imber Court.

Goals either side of half-time from Oliver Knight and Jack Mazzone earned the hosts victory, while Jordan Rose was sent off late on for the Watersiders.

Hanfrey could line up against his Cherries team-mates Pardoe and Oliver when Blackfield face Poole at the Black Gold Stadium tomorrow (7.45pm).

Jack Torniainen was a second-half substitute in Dorchester Town’s 5-0 defeat by Salisbury at the Avenue Stadium.

Torniainen replaced Harry Gardner in the 67th minute as the hosts trailed 2-0 to goals either side of half-time from Toby Holmes and Oliver Knowles.

Salisbury added to their tally through Warren Bentley, Dominic Jefferies and Dan Fitchett, leaving Dorchester 11 points adrift of safety at the foot of the table.

Weymouth pictures courtesy of Mark Probin. Wimborne picture courtesy of Steve Harris.

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