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Sherring stars in Weymouth title campaign


AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

Sam Sherring and Mark Molesley were on cloud nine after Weymouth were crowned Southern Premier South champions.

Sherring, who has starred at the back for the Terras this season, played his part in their title-clinching 3-0 win over Farnborough on Saturday. 

Weymouth are managed by Cherries under-21 assistant boss Molesley and will take their place in National South next season. 

Defender Sherring (pictured above, top right)  has made 37 appearances for the Terras this season, gaining valuable experience under Molesley at the Bob Lucas Stadium. 

With title rivals Taunton leading against Basingstoke at half-time, Weymouth, who were being held at the break, held their nerve and triumphed thanks to second-half goals from Yemi Odubade, Brandon Goodship and Ben Thomson. 

Tyrone Mings made his 15th appearance for Aston Villa in their controversial 1-1 draw with Championship rivals Leeds at Elland Road yesterday. 

Leeds took the lead through Mateusz Klich, who opted to continue playing after Villa striker Jonathan Kodjia had been flattened by a challenge from Liam Cooper. 

As a result, Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa sportingly instructed his team to allow Villa to level and Albert Adomah was allowed to put the ball into an unguarded net.

Connor Mahoney returned from injury and was an unused substitute in Birmingham’s 1-1 draw with Wigan at St Andrew’s.

Lukas Jutkiewicz drew first blood for the Blues before Nick Powell equalised for the Latics on the stroke of half-time.

Marc Pugh has returned to Vitality Stadium for treatment after sustaining a broken toe during his loan spell with Hull City.

Pugh suffered the injury in the early stages of the Tigers’ 3-0 defeat by Championship high-fliers Sheffield United on Easter Monday.

The 32-year-old winger has netted three times in 14 appearances for Hull but will not play again this season.

Jermain Defoe made his 14th appearance in the Scottish Premiership for Rangers in their 2-0 victory over Aberdeen at Ibrox, a result which delayed Celtic’s title celebrations.

Defoe was replaced by Lee Wallace in the 87th minute after two James Tavernier penalties had ensured Rangers would move nine points behind Celtic with three games to go. 

Brad Smith (pictured above, right) went close to grabbing a late winner for Seattle Sounders in their 1-1 draw with Major League Soccer Western Conference leaders LAFC.

Jordan Morris opened the scoring for the Sounders after just 45 seconds before Carlos Vela levelled three minutes later for Los Angeles.

Sounders had Cristian Roldan and Kelvin Leerdam sent off either side of Smith almost snatching the points for the hosts. 

Aaron Ramsdale helped AFC Wimbledon clamber out of the League One relegation zone before picking up two player-of-the-year awards.

Ramsdale played his part in the Dons’ 2-1 win over Wycombe at Kingsmeadow, with Joe Pigott’s double seeing them move two points clear of the bottom four.

And during a post-match presentation, Ramsdale received the Natalie Callow Memorial Trophy for the young player of the year and the WDON player of the year.

Alex Dobre (pictured below, left) made his 20th appearance for Yeovil in their 2-2 draw at Northampton as the Glovers’ 16-year stay in the Football League came to an end.

Yeovil led 2-0 through Tristan Abrahams and Jake Gray, only for the Cobblers to hit back thanks to an Omar Sowunmi own goal and a Daniel Powell goal.

And with fellow strugglers Macclesfield Town beating Port Vale, defeat left the Glovers four points adrift with just one game remaining. 

Mikael Ndjoli replaced Liam Millar in the 78th minute of Kilmarnock’s 1-0 defeat by Celtic in the Scottish Premiership with Jozo Simunovic’s goal leaving the Hoops needing just a point from their final three games to claim the title.

Jordan Holmes was an unused substitute in St Mirren’s 1-1 draw with St Johnstone, a result which left the Paisley club seven points clear of the Premiership’s bottom club Dundee with three games remaining.

Charlie Seaman looked on from the bench as Dundee United registered a 2-0 win over Falkirk in the Scottish Championship, while Keelan O’Connell did likewise in Greenock Morton’s 1-0 victory at Dunfermline.

Shaun Hobson played 90 minutes in Eastleigh’s eventful 3-3 draw at Boreham Wood as the National League regulation campaign ended on Saturday.

Ollie Dennett, Oscar Gobern and Jack McKnight were on target for the Spitfires who travel to Wrexham on Thursday for their play-off eliminator.

Tyler Cordner made his 34th and final appearance of a productive loan spell for Havant & Waterlooville in their 2-0 defeat by Barnet at Westleigh Park.

Frank Vincent started Torquay’s final National South game of the season – a 4-0 win at St Albans City – and Corey Jordan featured in Eastbourne Borough’s 2-1 defeat by Concord Rangers.

Tom Hanfrey played 90 minutes for Poole in their 7-0 win at Staines as the Dolphins booked a Southern Premier South play-off place. Tom Killick’s team visit Taunton in the semi-final on Wednesday.

Main picture courtesy of Mark Probin.

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