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Football - Weymouth In FA Trophy Action

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Published at 9:13am 13th December 2014.

Weymouth are in cup action today as they look to book their place into the next round of the FA Trophy.

The Terras face Havant and Waterlooville at the Bob Lucas and a win would see the home side earn £5,000.

But boss Jason Matthews says that won't be playing on his mind.

He said: "I don't really look at the sums of money. I know it will help the coffers but it's just my job to do the business on the pitch.

"The way I look at it if I do that then the money will come with it."

Dorchester are looking to get back to winning ways at the Avenue Stadium today.

The Magpies are up against Paulton Rovers who are just two places above Graham Kemp's side in the league.

But Graham said he believes his team can take all three points.

He told Wessex FM: "We're very confident we have been playing well but the results haven't been showing that. We deserved a point last week but hopefully get the points today."

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