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Saturday Football Results

Saturday Football Results

Published at 8:30am 9th August 2014. (Updated at 4:59pm 9th August 2014)

Both Dorchester and Weymouth started their Southern Premier League Campaigns on Saturday.

The Magpies were away to Arlesey Town, and lost to a goal in the second half by Dean Mason. Final score was 1-0 to Arlesey Town.

Weymouth were at home to Hungerford Town, and Adam Kelly scored first, before the visitors equalised. Stewart Yetton then continued his good form by scoring twice, and the final result was 3-1 to the Terras. They next play Froome Town on Tuesday evening at the Bob Lucas, kick-off at 7:45pm.

Bridport faced Melksham at home, and an early own goal was then followed by 2 more goals by the visiting team, who won 3-0. Bridport will hope for a better result in the FA Cup next Saturday, when they play Highworth town at home.

Portland United began the defence of their Wessex League title with a home game against Cranborne.

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