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Local Football: Results For Tuesday 14th December

Football 2

(Updated 9:18am 14th December 2016)

8:12am 14th December 2016

It was a bitterly disappointing night for Weymouth.

Jason Matthews Terras are out of the FA trophy, after losing 2-1 to Whitehawk in a first round replay at the Bob Lucas.

Charlie Davis opened the scoring for the Terras from the penalty spot in the first half but Whitehawk came strong in the second half to score two goals to move into the 2nd round to play Dulwich Hamlet.

Weymouth were reduced to 10 men late in the second half when Defender Stephane Zuba was sent off.

Meanwhile in the Southern League premier, Mark Jermyn made his 700th appearance for the Magpies as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to St Ives Town.

It was a disappointing night for Portland who are out of the Sydenhams Wessex Cup, after losing a penalty shoot out against Team Solent.

The game had finished one a piece.

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