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Saturday Football Results

Football 2

(Updated 7:44am 5th December 2016)


4:56pm 3rd December 2016

Dorchester beat Biggleswade Town 2-1 at home, with Jake Smeeton and David Jerrard scoring in the first half. Jake Smeeton was later sent off towards the end of the game for two yellows.

Bridport also enjoyed a win over Chipping Sodbury Town, with Mark Salter scoring a hat-trick and Oscar Lattice also finding the back of the net. The 4-0 victory was the Bees' first home win of the season.

Weymouth drew 1-1 away at King's Langley. They were down to 10 men before half-time with their goalkeeper having been shown red. Chris Shephard converted a penalty after the break before the home side found an equaliser. The Terras host Kings Lynn on Tuesday night.

Portland Utd were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Whitchurch United.

Results:

Dorchester 2-1 Biggleswade Town

Bridport 4-0 Chipping Sodbury Town

King's Langley 1-1 Weymouth

Portland Utd 1-1 Whitchurch Utd



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