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Saturday Sports Results

Football

(Updated 3:23pm 21st December 2014)


4:55pm 20th December 2014

After leading 3-0 Weymouth held on to beat Biggleswade Town 3-2 at the Bob Lucas. Stewart Yetton was on target again in just the 4th minute, but missed a penalty in the second-half. Steve Colwell and Calvin Brooks also scored, before the visitors mounted a comeback. But the Terras survived and now face Dorchester on Boxing Day.

The Magpies meanwhile lost again, this time 2-1 away at Slough Town. Sam Lanahan found a first-half equaliser, but the home side found a winner in the second-half.

Bridport lost 3-1 away at Odd Down in Bath. They're at home to Street FC on Boxing Day at midday.

Portland Utd won 1-0 away at Sherborne Town Reserves.

 

Results:

Weymouth 3 - 2 Biggleswade Town

Slough Town 2 - 1 Dorchester

Odd Down 3 - 1 Bridport

Sherborne Town Reserves 0 - 1 Portland Utd

 

Rugby:

Dorchester 2nd Team 10 - 0 Weymouth & Portland

North Dorset 3rd Team 24 - 15 Bridport

Walcot 36 - 14 Dorchester

 



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