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Dorset Saturday League: Marshall keep heat on at the top
6:00am Wednesday 26th February 2014 in Sport
STURMINSTER Marshall stayed in the top three in the Dorset Senior League with a 4-2 victory at Okeford.
Their marksmen were Jordan Fisk (2), Will Gauge and Steve Johnston, while netting for Okeford were Stephen Pike and Adam Stockton.
Corfe Mullen United moved into the top four with a 3-2 win at South Cheriton, their goals coming from Greg Arnold (2) and Steven Morris.
In Division One, The Balti House extended their lead at the top to nine points following their 3-1 success against visitors Swanage Town & Herston, thanks to goals from Grant Chance, Louis Stone and Adam Rose.
AFC Cobham defeated visitors Bere Regis 6-3 courtesy of efforts from Dan King (3), Martin Frigot and Oliver Dean.
Parley Sports reserves stayed in the top three of Division Two after drawing 1-1 with visitors Corfe Castle.
Scoring for Sports was Joseph Jeans while Arun Brassington netted for Corfe.
The Ship Inn, Wool were thrashed 6-1 by Portesham United with their consolation being scored by Michael Collins.
In Division Three, AFC Blandford remain the only Dorset League side with an unbeaten record following their 4-0 success at Handley Sports.
Blandford’s efforts came from Callum Stevens (2), Alexander Young and Ryan Smith.
Paul Ballard and Zaeem Mughal gave Sturminster Marshall reserves a 2-0 win over Henstridge.
Lower down the ladder in Division Four, Cranborne reserves shared a thrilling 4-4 draw with Milborne Sports reserves.
Corfe Mullen United reserves were sunk 4-1 by visiting Portland Town A but AFC Cobham reserves moved up to seventh after winning 2-1 at United Club of Poundbury.
Pimperne Sports Society drew 3-3 at home to South Cheriton reserves with their goals coming from Darren Wood (2) and Gary Simpson.
Lytchett RT Youth stayed second in Division Five after their 4-1 success against visitors Maiden Newton & Cattistock reserves with goals from Jamie Cooper (2), Alex Hall and Adam Partridge.
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